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... give them to my DD. One day when I picked her up from daycare, she said "oh, by the way I gave her some Cheerios today and she loved them." So I opened up the Gerber Puffs when we got home and watched in amazement as she used her pointy finger and thumb to pick them up and eat them. She was 8 months at the time. ... (3 replies)
... Not to argue back with you because that is not my intention, but you did make me go checkmy ingredients on the puffs I use...and I use the generic kind, which is not made by gerber, and they are a lot better. I believe it's parent's choice? ... (16 replies)
... Hi there, My DD is also 10 1/2 months old. She can eat most of what we eat...broken up into bites. She has always been a good eater. We started her with table foods (cheerios, gerber puffs & wheels) at about 6.5 months and since then have been increasing. Now she'll eat what we're eating mostly. She especially likes peas and the gerber graduates fruits (apples, pears,... (3 replies)

... aste buds just because the FDA approved it, I'd be as a big as a house. The fact is, is that "safe" does not equate to "healthy", and I'm sorry, but MOST of what Gerber produces as novelty finger foods are not healthy. It's baby junk food. Just look at the ingredients. ... (16 replies)
... I started to feed them to my son when he was around nine and a half months old. ... (16 replies)
... Cheerios, Gerber Puffs, tiny (tiny) bits of string cheese, zweiback toast... all were started about 6 months. Also, really soft pasta, yogurt (I use YoBaby brand that's full fat), rice, and tiny bits of chicken. I tried the biter biscuits ONE time and then threw them out -- WAAAAYYYY too messy. No wonder my girlfriend gave me her "leftover" box. Ha! I was just careful... (4 replies)
Finger foods
Jun 26, 2007
... I just bought Gerber Wagon Wheels, which are like the Puffs, but in a larger wagon wheel shape. ... (7 replies)
... cheese, canned string beans, shredded cheese, rice. I just recently started buying the Gerber meals for toddlers that come with a dinner and a veggie. My DD does not like any of the dinners, only the veggie. So I'm not going to buy those any longer. ... (2 replies)
... d has slimmed down since her 9 month appointment. She hates to eat. She screams when I try to set her in her high chair and turns her nose at almost everything I feed her. It doesn't seem that she is eating nearly enough and I am so stressed from trying to get her to eat. She still nurses frequently. ... (9 replies)
... Hi there, Around 6-7 months I started giving my daughter the Gerber puffs, Cheerios, Gerber Wheels, etc it took her about a week or so, but eventually she was able to feed herself (and it helped with her fine motor skills as well). By about 10 months she was eating bits of everything (but her diet was still mostly baby food). When she finished daycare for the summer a few... (5 replies)
... My DS is 11 mos as well. He eats the 3rd foods that are smooth and he will eat crackers, and many other crunchy things as well as cut up fruit. But when I try to feed him the 3rd with the pasta he gags and spits it out. I think it is a texture thing, kind of like "Okay mom I like crunchy. I like smooth. ... (4 replies)
Let Him Gag?
Apr 26, 2008
... That's good advice if we were just starting foods. We're at the point of transitioning from purees to table foods though, as he's 10 months old. He LOVES food but, some chunky things cause gagging. So, I was basically just wondering if anyone else was told to just let them gag and get them on a "big boy diet," as soon as possible. I definitely understand the reasoning, as... (5 replies)
Let Him Gag?
Apr 25, 2008
... she gagged, usually she ended up loving it. Now that she's 9 months old, she eats great, but I still find she's extremely texture sensitive, and I still have to feed a lot of pureed baby food, while other kids her age are eating a lot more table food. ... (5 replies)
... My DD still can't tolerate finger foods. Whenever I try to feed her anything that isn't pureed she gags and spits up. I have tried really tiny pieces, gerber puffs, and showing her how to chew. Is there anything else I can do? ... (6 replies)
Lunch?
Dec 28, 2007
... Keep going with the baby food as long as you can, though. Pretty soon you'll be saying "what can I feed him that's NOT baby food yet he doesn't have molars? ... (7 replies)
... She eats cheerios, apple jacks, toast, hash browns, tator tots, pancakes, waffles, and those gerber apple puffs that melt in your mouth. At first I would either smash or chew the hard stuff, but now she just eats them. Those little gums are strong. ... (8 replies)
... He's vomited 4 times on different foods he's eaten a million times in about as many days. He did eat some cut up fruit chunks, gerber puffs, crackers and a rice cookie just fine so I'm confused about what is going on here. Can this be a psycological problem? ... (1 replies)
... anything with artificial sweeteners, things such as that. Small bites of chicken, vegetables well cooked or steamed, other things such as breads, cheeses and gerber grad meals. ... (2 replies)
Baby food
May 13, 2008
... and sometimes will eat the Gerber Graduates fruit that is cut up into small pieces, but usually I even have to cut those in half. She doesn't really eat a lot of real food at all. ... (5 replies)
... months with pasta, cheese, puffs, Gerber foods, etc. For some larger items, I waited til my son got some teeth. ... (4 replies)




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