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... ed. Many people simply scoop their chin and continue trying to get it in their mouth, almost like force feeding. I also think there is a HUGE difference in spoon feeding them mush versus allowing them to learn picking foods up, chewing them, and swallowing them on their own schedule. ... (16 replies)
... I would wait for as long as you can. It really depends on your situation and circumstances. My DS is almost 4 months and I found out he had a little acid refulx. ... (16 replies)
... i was told that i could start feeding my baby the baby cereal at 4 months..but the books i have read say 6 months...they say they have to be able to hold their head up with little or no support and be able to swallow and stuff like that but he is 3. ... (4 replies)

... I went to my local LLL meeting last night, I have been pumping at work and intend on breastfeeding DS till he is at least 6 months. ... (12 replies)
... At 4 months I think I did 2 jar feedings a day. Cereal and fruit or just fruit in the morning and then a veggie in the evening. At 6 months our doc said go to 3 meals a day if you haven't already. Once my kids were used to eating food they both quickly jumped to 1 jar a feeding to 2 jars a feeding. ... (2 replies)
... He should most likely be skipping his first waking at 6 months but still need the late morning feeding. ... (13 replies)
... I think feeding him everytime he wakes is the problem. Are you feeding him at bedtime until he falls asleep? ... (13 replies)
... Sounds like a growth spurt to me. Babies tend to have one around 6 months. I'd up the amount of jar food per feeding, not the amount of feedings. At 6 months they should have 3 feedings of food. Does she seem hungry after her 2 tbs of food? ... (5 replies)
... days until we got though all the veggies then on to the fruits, my son by 6 months was on stage 2 jar foods. He has a hard time with chuckier foods right now he does eat some table food and some stage 3 foods. ... (14 replies)
... and I can only pump less then 1 ounce per breast. My daughter is 9 months old, so I KNOW she is taking more then 2 ounces at a feeding. ... (6 replies)
... d. Milk is still much more important and should provide the bulk of their nutrition so don't worry if they don't want much of the solids after a milk feed. Until 6 months they don't need anything but the milk. Solids only need to be given if they are still hungry after a milk feed. ... (8 replies)
... change then other half...then she'd fall right back asleep. She stopped taking a night feeding around 3.5 months... ... (2 replies)
... which is sweet. but it took a while. she did 6 ounces every 3 hours for a long time with 5 bottles a day. ... (7 replies)
... pounds. She would kick, scream and refuse to eat unless we forced her. I would pray before feeding her that she'd finish a bottle. In the last 4 days this has all changed! I have Rowena from to thank. ... (4 replies)
... My DD just turned 6 months today and we had her 6 month appt. yesterday. I had a million questions and got all of them answered but you know when you leave you think of 20 more. ... (7 replies)
... Hang in the girl. You did not mention in your post whether or not you are breast feeding. I breast fed for 7 months and nothing was normal during that time. I had no period, I cried a lot and I still had the linea nigra. ... (8 replies)
... My DS just turned 6 months on the 15th. ... (13 replies)
... some health problems and my milk has changed colour, it's really neat. In fact, studies have shown that by providing breastmilk, exclusively, for the recommended 6 months will actually create a better eater later on because they have been exposed to a wide variety of tastes through your breastmilk. ... (9 replies)
... Jarred veggies, since he was 3 months old. ... (14 replies)
... I guess my suggestion would be to make sure he's on a good feeding schedule. My dd takes a bottle every 4 hours like clockwork. Most days she'll get a good 24 ounces. ... (1 replies)

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