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... you can start with stage 1 jar food (gerber, earth's best, etc.) when they are between 4 & 6 months old. Make sure it is stage 1 baby food, though - as the consistency is not too thick for them. Start with something simple like carrots & make sure you feed the baby the same food for about 3-5 days, to make sure there is no allergy & then you can move on to another food. The... (2 replies)
... asking about how much food to give. ... (12 replies)
... THis is my second baby, and I am a bit confused as to what to feed her. First let me say there is 6 years between my girls so I have forgot quite a bit. ... (5 replies)

... Hi there! My ds is 7mos but has been on 3 meals a day since about 5.5-6mos. Here's his schedule. 6:30-7am - i nurse him 9:30am - cereal and a fruit 11ish- nurses 12pm he has cereal,veggie and fruit and water (sippy cup) 3ish - i nurse him 6ish- cereal, veggie and fruit and if he's still hungry i nurse him 8ish- he nurses before he goes to bed. (12 replies)
... s raising her child. or that I doubt her abilities. If she doesn't ask. I do not tell her. I believe my question was. On average, at what age do you start to feed your baby jar baby food and or table food? ... (14 replies)
... was on jar food at 4 month a bit before, he refused the breast and bottle. ... (14 replies)
... i put it in their nighttime bottles, but didn't really spoon feed it to them. i started both my girls on cereal and jar food at 4 months. ... (3 replies)
... I was glad to see your question because my daughter turned five months old today and I've been struggling for a few weeks on how much to feed her. She could not tolerate cereal or oatmeal, but has enjoyed just veggies so far. ... (2 replies)
... gave her smushed up bits of whatever we were eating too. now, my younger daughter was a different story all together. at six months, she was barely eating one jar of food a day! and there was no way i was going to be giving her cheerios either! she was way more of a baby than my older daughter! ... (2 replies)
... MY Little girl is almost 16 mnts old. She is 23 lbs and drinks about 30 OZ milk every day and she still eats the baby jar foods in morning and at night. She is very picky and will not eat our food or when i try cooking for her, she will not eat. ... (7 replies)
... Its funny, I think every ped will tell you something different. My ped told us to feed them as much baby food as they will eat per sitting. ... (12 replies)
... well if ds has a jar food he has stage 2 basically finelly chopped foods. ... (10 replies)
... i don't know if you are feeding directly out of the jar. but i read in a magazine that you should never feed a baby out of the jar unless you are planning on feeding him the whole jar. ... (6 replies)
... When I start with the jar food do I stop the cereals? ... (4 replies)
... Hi all, Could you please tell me if you know, At what age is it safe to feed a baby jarred veggies and fruit? ... (14 replies)
... minerals overall from the jar food. I knew that she liked the cereal, so whatever jar food she didn't like, I wasn't going to fight her on or worry about. ... (11 replies)
Introducing food
Sep 24, 2007
... Just today, my hairdresser was telling me about her 5 month old baby boy and how she was doing the color wheel chart for feeding him. Veggies first, and then fruits. She is starting with greens, then yellows, then oranges, etc. ... (13 replies)
... My question is, now that she is almost six months, should I be increasing the amount of her baby food? ... (3 replies)
How much to feed
Mar 12, 2005
... i kinda wonder this myself.. Does your baby sit well by herself? ... (10 replies)
... I really just feed her until she seems uninterested and then I stop. It happens quickly. ... (4 replies)




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