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... is a few days shy of 8 months old, and eats like a horse. ... (8 replies)
... I went throught the exact same thing with my DD. She didn't even attempt to try solids until she was nearly 8 months old. She was completely happy with her bottles. My advice is to not stress about it and definately don't push solids and make meal times into a battleground. ... (3 replies)
... telling me my baby should only have milk. And that is fine! Breast milk is MORE then capable of providing a complete and healthy diet for the first year of life. Solids before that are simply for practice. ... (9 replies)

... My DD is almost 11 months now and I started her on solids very slowly. By six months she ate very little... ... (4 replies)
... months and hes been eating solids twice a day for a while but im not sure if i should start giving him different foods or feeding him more often? ... (4 replies)
... Firstly, get rid of the juice immediately. Your child does not need this at all. My son is 14 months old and it has never even touched his lips. ... (6 replies)
... DD is 7 months old. ... (3 replies)
... I can't believe that a doctor would recommend no solids for the first year. ... (12 replies)
... you say your LO is 8 months old? ... (11 replies)
... s okay. The main thing is to not force it. Remember, kids can stay on formula past a year, or go to a step 2 formula or Pediasure, if they aren't taking enough solids to meet their needs, so there's no reason to rush these things. ... (8 replies)
... veggies at four months and still has a good five or six 8 ounce bottles a day. He also tells me when he's finish, by pushing my hand away, pushing the food out of his mouth or nipplin' on the bottle nipple. ... (16 replies)
... our 3 month old is eating a little bit of cereal a couple of times a week. ... (11 replies)
... breastfed all my babies for an entire year. Neither got up to nurse in the night at 9 months, let alone 3 months..maybe. Personally, I don't think a 9 month old who is eating solids and nursing during the day should be expected to wake for nighttime feedings. ... (10 replies)
... They should have as much or as little as they want. Being as a child doesn't even need solids until at least 12 months, at this age it is just for learning and fun, so don't stress over the amount. Whatever makes the child happy is fine. ... (8 replies)
... Jeremy will be 7 months in a few days....... ... (8 replies)
... Okay so I need a bit of help. My DS is 5 months old. ... (1 replies)
... to babies and feeding. My daughter was having rice cereal in two bottles a day when she was 4 weeks old, and then was actually being spoon fed rice cereal at 2 months old. My son on the other hand didn't actually start with rice cereal in his bottle until he was about 8 weeks old. ... (4 replies)
... My baby boy will be 7 months tomorrow. He weighed 10 lbs 8 oz and was 22 ins long at birth. He now weighs 27lbs 5 oz and is 30 ins long. ... (7 replies)
... this was my dd, but doc never mentioned meds, she did have me try the soy formula which decreased the amount of spit up...but she eventually grew out of it, she was colic too, and i used gripe water with the formula (9 replies)
... months as apposed to waiting until the full 6 months because the cereal is thicker and less likely to be spit up. I noticed he didn't spit up the cereal feedings but would spit up milk still. ... (9 replies)

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