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Wai baby

Postby RRM » Wed 21 Mar 2012 14:59

My daughter Trix (2940 grams) was born in August, 2011.
Throughout the pregnancy, mama ate a normal cooked diet, but with fresh raw egg yolks daily,
and all the animal food she ate, i cooked for her, by using slow cooking (90 degrees Celsius max).
Once born, Trix was breastfed exclusively.
Initially, she was a little bit small and short.
Here she is, just one day old:
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Re: Wai baby

Postby overkees » Thu 22 Mar 2012 14:11

Congratulations with your baby, RRM. She's looking very healthy and pretty.

That she may live a long, vital and healthy life and eat a lot of raw foods to make her smart and strong.

If she eats little to no processed food for a few years and then tries to eat it, I'm almost sure she will dislike it naturally. I still have some receptors that are very sensitive to the addictive substances, but if you start early you won't have this effect I guess.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby Mia » Fri 23 Mar 2012 07:45

Ohh so cute!! Big congratulations RRM, to you and your family.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby panacea » Fri 23 Mar 2012 14:57

that is only 1 day old? wow, how come she looks so developed (I mean dont they usually look weirder?)

xD but it's a cute baby rrm wow, you been keeping this a secret

looooooong liiiive the princess, lol
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sat 24 Mar 2012 19:27

Thank you, overkees, Mia and panacea.
overkees wrote:If she eats little to no processed food for a few years and then tries to eat it, I'm almost sure she will dislike it naturally.
I hope so, but im not sure about it,
as people may also develop a habit for alcohol or cigarettes later in life...
panacea wrote:that is only 1 day old? wow, how come she looks so developed (I mean dont they usually look weirder?)
That was exactly our response!
Look at this one, here she is just 1 week old.
That day, i came home to find that mama had punctured Trix' earlaps and gave her some earrings;
i know its dangerrous at that age, but she survived...
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Re: Wai baby

Postby panacea » Sat 24 Mar 2012 21:20

can you atleast get mama to use some kind of plastic earrings where the part penetrating the skin isn't metallic? cause it can poison babies or w/e
but wow she has a lot of hair
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Postby RRM » Sat 24 Mar 2012 22:26

Yes, its particularly dangerous because a 1-week old baby has a hardly developed defense system,
and through that wound (the punctured hole) she was directly exposed to all kinds of bacteria and viruses.
wow she has a lot of hair
Ha ha, yes, she has!
Mama is from Ghana and daddy is white, so she gets nice hair.
Here she is 2 months old. Getting a little bigger (and bitten by mosquitos).
No egg yolks yet. Just mama's milk.
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Postby Maia » Sat 24 Mar 2012 23:23

Aww what a sweet little girl, just like a strawberry! <3 :D
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Postby RRM » Tue 27 Mar 2012 13:20

Her mother is from Ghana, and social eating (even sharing a plate) is a big thing among Ghanians.
So, that's just what worries me a bit.
But hey, i will have to learn to let go... :)

Here she is also 2 months old:
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Postby dime » Tue 27 Mar 2012 15:18

She's so adorable, congratulations RRM!
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Tue 27 Mar 2012 17:38

Thank you, dime.
When Trix was almost 3 months old, i started giving her fresh raw egg yolk.
Initially just one drop daily, then 2 drops etc.
Since then she gets 1 egg yolk daily, with a little vanilla sugar added.
She really loves it and always wants more.

Here she is 3 months and 1 week old, and getting bigger:
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Re: Wai baby

Postby dime » Tue 27 Mar 2012 19:27

That's great, as I think egg yolks are especially good for babies!
It's good that mama let's you give her raw egg yolk! I don't think my girlfriend would ever let me, if we'd have a baby :)
Has she ever been sick from the egg yolks?
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Wed 28 Mar 2012 07:00

Yes, like egg yolk, human milk contains cholesterol and relatively much fat.
dime wrote:Has she ever been sick from the egg yolks?
No, she has never been sick from it.
The defense system of a newborn baby rapidly develops, according to what you 'feed' it.
Naturally, babies are triggered to put anything in their mouth,
so that they ingest all kinds of bacteria, viruses etc, so that their immune system gets trained;
much like 'feeding' a software firewall with the identity of all kinds of viruses to make it more effective.
Giving Trix initially only a drop of egg yolk daily is like vaccinating her, so yes, its absolutely safe.
Maybe this Wai baby can set an example for your girlfriend.
Im pretty sure she would like to take a look at the pics. Girls dig cute babies...
dime wrote: I don't think my girlfriend would ever let me,
And even if she would be open to the idea,
she would probably change her mind after talking about it to her mother / MD / friends.
Im very fortunate that my mother in law is from a poor countryside in Ghana,
where they traditionally give fresh raw egg yolks to children, both preventative as well as to sick children as 'medication'.
So, when my wife talked about it to her mother, her mother was all on my side :)

Trix, 4 months old.
She is no longer a little bit small and short.
Both weight and height are a little bit above average now...
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Re: Wai baby

Postby Oscar » Wed 28 Mar 2012 23:35

Very nice! Looking great! :D
(Still working on the pic sizes, but at least clicking works)
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sat 31 Mar 2012 14:59

Thank you, Oscar.
Trix @ 6 months.
Daily diet:
- mothersmilk
- 1 fresh raw egg yolk
- 100 ml of banana-mango from the Versapers.

This is my favourite picture...
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