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... my 11.5 month old, who was a GREAT eater up until two days ago, has begun a food strike. he eats cheerios and other finger snacks with gusto, but when it comes time to actually eat...breakfast, lunch or dinner.... ... (7 replies)
... We have been feeding her baby food still because we just found out that she has passed the allergy test! ... (7 replies)
... since i first made my original post, the eating has gotten SO much better. he really likes the food that we eat, although the babyfood is okay too. i'm still giving him that since i have so much left. ... (7 replies)

... it's gotten a bit better as long as i'm super entertaining and pretend to eat his food as well. i eat the little snacks too, and try to meals with him as well. ... (7 replies)
... m your own plate. You can also try giving him the spoon and showing for soft foods as he can probably awkwardly direct the spoon to his mouth getting some of the food and you can do applesauce or yogurt for this as a snack so it is practice and not a main meal. And don't forget how filling formula is, it is a meal in itself. ... (7 replies)
... I remember those days well! What I did was cut down on the between meal snacks and juice/milk, that way when meal time came along, he was hungry enough to eat what was being offered. (7 replies)
... Just a note: original Cheerios have but 1g of sugar per serving. They are very "healthy" compared to other cereals - FULL of vitamins and minerals, and oat-based. I guess that's why they're so popular - babies will eat them, and they are pretty "good for you". As for the pickiness - my son started about that time. He ate EVERYTHING until almost his 1st birthday. It's... (7 replies)
... Since he's eating cheerios, I assume he's not feeling ill or anthing like that. I'm not sure that cheerios are very healthy for a baby though. Sugar makes people addicted and I'm pretty sure a baby can become addicted to sugar - and he wouldn't want to eat anything else. I'm not sure how much of this is safe for a baby - I'm assuming missing one or two meals should not... (7 replies)




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