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... I'm going through the same argument with my mother in law. At my sons one month appointment I asked the doctor about it and he said that babies aren't suppose to get solid foods until three months of age. The cereal is concidered a solid food. ... (19 replies)
Rice cereal?
Nov 2, 2010
... p or vomit if he ate just the formula because it was too much liquid, and he would be hungry just an hour later even with a 6 or 8 oz bottle. he started teething at 7weeks. ... (6 replies)
... ution, and how our food is grown and processed. And also your own immune system as to why people develop them... But that's not scientific fact! Just take a look at the differences in this world though, from 50 years ago, to today, and the amount of allergies being seen in kids and babies. It's really sad. ... (6 replies)

... Well, I have a five month old daughter of my own. She has one tooth half way in and another one that just burst through her gums. Her teeth do bother her at night, and I give her orajel to numb the pain, and sometimes tylenol to help it stay away for a while. ... (10 replies)
... Hey Guys! I hope ya'll remeber me, I am so glad that everyone's babies seem to be doing well! ... (33 replies)
... My ds is 7 months old and this is what he is eating right now. It will depend on the child and not all babies eat the same... ... (7 replies)
... in long. At his 2 month appointment he weighed 15 lbs 9 oz and was 24 in long. OMG!!!!!!!! ... (27 replies)
... ctice they get better, especially if dinner is something they relly like. Kaden sometimes doesn't even give me a chance to fill the spoon again and he is yelling at me that I'm not going fast enough. ... (466 replies)
... I pumped about 3 ounces of milk and mixed it with one tablespoon of was the "Nestle Starter" rice cereal and it was really quite runny, it's supposed to be like that, the better they get at their spoon feeding, the thicker you can make the cereal on a gradual basis. ... (466 replies)
... expert" opinions change ALL the time, so yeah, it's hard to know what to believe anymore! just remember that all babies are different and there really isn't any one right answer here. ... (3 replies)
... with the first post, i was thinking teeth too, but the straightening his back suggests abdominal discomfort. have you started him on cereal or jar foods yet? ... (4 replies)
... By 7 months, I think my baby was eating a number 2 jar at breakfast and a number 2 jar at dinner. Occasionally I mixed cereal with her jars, but not often because she never seemed to need it. As far as her bottles went.... ... (10 replies)
... which means she eats the cheerios and toast a lot faster. Prior to that I was popping in one cheerio and she would roll it around in her mouth for a while. Now she'll eat 2 at a time chewing with her gums. Cheerios are great for teething. ... (6 replies)
... I wish Kaden was sleeping as well as Troy, Kierra was a good sleeper like that too at this age, but Kaden just can't get the hang of that yet. ... (466 replies)
5-6 month olds
Dec 12, 2005
... we did have a lot of trouble at first, he was down to 7 after he had been home a week. But he eats and eats and eats, lol. He has cereal with a fruit in the morning, and then something for lunch, he loves peas! ... (34 replies)

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