Sometimes it's easy to get stuck in a rut with breakfasts. Waking up with a baby is usually done at an unsociable hour when you don't really feel like climbing out of bed so I thought I would compile some breakfast ideas whilst I am clear of head which are easy to make and nutritious for baby bear.
Avocado (the best fruit source of Vitamin E which is essential for overall health and prevents many diseases, vitamin B12, vitamin B6 which is important for the nervous system, red blood cells, teeth and gums and calcium) on toast (carbohydrates which are energy givers, just incase Ethan doesn't have enough energy already)
Orange Slices (Vitamin C mainly which helps iron absorption and the body produce collagen which is vital for healing wounds, plus vitamin A, B vitamins, beta carotene, calcium and iron)
Squashed banana (contains high levels of potassium which keeps your heart and nervous system in good shape as well as your muscles contracting including the heart thus making sure blood pressure is not too high plus they are a binding food which makes stools harder) on rice cake
Apple Slices (iron, pectin which lowers bad cholestoral and a rich source of antioxidents, Vitamin A, E and B6)
Porridge (slow release carbohydrate which maintains a steady blood glucose level) with blueberries (vitamin C and fibre)
Eggy (protein, iron, calcium, Vitamin B12, D which is important for calcium absorption and digestive health, E and K)bread
Cucumber (Vitamin E, C and folic acid) Sticks