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... Only give your LO what your pediatrician says to or what you are comfortable giving. My little guy is also 8 months and I wrestle with the same thing. ... (1 replies)
... So DS was eating ground up tuna casserole, fish sticks, hamburger hot dish... When he was about 8 months old he got on a yogurt kick, so we were going thru a LOT of yobaby or I added cream to regular yogurt for extra calories. ... (13 replies)
... drink. Try and get away from giving baby much in the way of "baby food". What you're trying to do is get your baby used to eating solid food. If you use baby food you then have to get them used to eating what you eat. Cut out the baby food. ... (6 replies)

... Sitting unassisted is just one way of being sure your baby is ready for solids. The others are a keen interest in what you're eating, mimicking your chewing motions, and most importantly, loss of the tongue thrust reflex. ... (9 replies)
... o, it happend in Brazil, I was shocked too, couldn't believe it. Now that I have my son, I just can't imagine how there are people out there not loving or caring for their babies. There was a story I heard some time ago about a woman who starved her 10mo old. ... (466 replies)
... Make sure until your baby is 8 months to cook those peaches! Don't give raw fruits and veggies until after 8 months...unless they are banannas and avacado...And babies often make a "yuck" face when introduced to new things..remember that picky eaters are trained to be that way... ... (5 replies)
... months with pasta, cheese, puffs, Gerber foods, etc. For some larger items, I waited til my son got some teeth. ... (4 replies)
... I don't think the organic means anything. I don't think my baby is too young for stage 3 foods. They are just the bigger jars and have bits of food in them. ... (3 replies)
... How do I know when my babies are ready for chunkier foods? ... (5 replies)
... bout a month ago he finally learned how to soorhe himself to sleep. I have had so many problems with this. he finally was able to sleep without being swaddled at 8 months and at 10 months gave us the cues that he didn't need us to go to sleep. ... (9 replies)
... Is he eating jar food yet? ... (6 replies)
... You are right here. Between 4 and 6 months is the time to start introducing baby rice cereal, then jars of veggies between 6 and 8 months. All babies are different and this is just a rough guildline though. By feeding the foods too early you could be setting them up for allergies and stomache problems later. ... (14 replies)
... Thats nice that you can set aside special time for the dog too. I know I tried to spend extra time with Ebony when she was still with us but after she passed away I had regrets that I didn't do more with her... ... (132 replies)
... We had a busy weekend with Easter and all, I feel so tired today because of it I think...or maybe it was all the yummy food and chocolate that is making me sleepy. ... (466 replies)
... As for recipes, I did a search online and found some great ones. ... (466 replies)
... Thanks ladies for the advice, Annaum is well her feeding is better then before. I took her to her baby clinic she is 65 cm's and weighs 15lbs and 7 ounces. ... (466 replies)
Foods 8mo can eat
Jun 19, 2006
... My DD is 9 months old, weighs 16 lbs, 3 oz. She's just an overall small baby....definitelty not too thin. I also breastfeed. DD still doesn't have any teeth yet. ... (9 replies)
... Well, I have a different view on this, especially where breastfeeding is concerned. Breastmilk, nutritionally, is far superior then any food we can give our babies. Especially young babies with sensitive GI tracts. ... (4 replies)
... Yeah I figured packing some boxes would scare him and he might take me seriously, he did and was great for 2 weeks, but messed up again this weekend, so I told him he no longer has a choice he has to do counselling as that is my last resort. ... (466 replies)
... You're very wise in that decision. Sitting unassisted is just one way of being sure your baby is ready for solids. The others are a keen interest in what you're eating, mimicking your chewing motions, and most importantly, loss of the tongue thrust reflex. ... (2 replies)




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