I know about grapes and give them cut up, obviously nuts, but can't think of much h else. Was thinking of giving DD some popcorn - it is chokalbe?
(Sorry for errors - Dd spilled tea on my laptop and now delet button not working
Others off the top of my head:
Some raw veggies
Soft bread (I assume big chunks get doughy and stuck in the throat).
My DS is a skilled eater, but I prefer to play it safe. I will give him whole apples and other fruit, but not in the car or any place I can't get to him quickly.
It depends on the child I think too. Do they take bit bites and try to swallow the whole thing, because many things can get caught in their throat, not just the normal chokable foods.
Most will list: popcorn, grapes, hotdogs, hard candy.
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I have had many talks about this with his ped. and she says that it is the mini hotdogs that are a problem. She says the rule of thumb is anything thick, stickey, or round is a no go!
By the way, I just read the other day that the saying "rule of thumb" came from England in the 1400's when a law was passed that a man could beat his wife with a stick as long as it was no thicker than his thumb. I dunno if this is true but I thought I never use the phrase anyway and now here I am. LOL!
I think I'm really lax about choking hazards because DS is REALLY good at gagging things out if he can't chew or swallow them.
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