OK, so i thought i had everything right and on track until DS1, who is 5.5, revealed some cavities. pretty big ones. so now im dropping all things chewable and looking into extra calcium for him. which im not even sure he needs. but im thinking he must need more minerals in general. im thinking of starting:
but i want everything to be as close to real food as possible and i dont want to give him something he doesnt need etc. id go see a nutritionist, but im not so sure i agree with thoughts such as dairy is needed for calcium and other mainstream ideas.
any experience out there?
DH 31; Me 30; DD 6; DS 1; Baby boy due Dec 17th
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