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... Later another bottle before bed. My daughter is 8 months but the routine has been the same for at least 3 months..just was in smaller portions.. ... (7 replies)
Baby cereal
Aug 11, 2006
... In the UK the advice is to wait until at least 6 months, but this has only increased from 4 months in the last year or so. I breast fed my DD exclusively until my 'mommy's instinct' told me that she was ready for weaning at 5 months. ... (21 replies)
... My son is now almost 11 months old. At 8 months, he was drinking 4 6 oz. ... (2 replies)

1st table foods
Mar 30, 2007
... and we give him a little bit of shaved turkey on occasion. Once they begin eating it, it gets much easier for them and for you. We also buy those wagon wheels they have in the baby isle. He loves those too! We didn't do too much jarred food and just went to table foods. ... (3 replies)
Foods 8mo can eat
Jun 20, 2006
... my ds is almost 11 months now, but since he has been about 8. ... (9 replies)
... As for meat, my 11 month old dd LOVES it! She has her two bottom teeth and recently got three top teeth. She's been eating chicken, pork, and beef for a few months now. At first I cut it into tiny pieces, now I just cut it up like I would for my 6 year old. Her favorites are american chop suey and meatloaf! ... (8 replies)
... i guess all babys are different sam is 10 months and eats our food no jars purees or mashed foods. he feeds himself pasta, noodles, chicken, turkey, beef, lamb, fish, veg and fruit as his favourites. ... (3 replies)
... At that age I would pretty much mash up the grown up foods and feed with a spoon. Things like pancakes I would cut up into small pieces and let them feed themselves. ... (3 replies)
... You little one just may be use to the foods she has been eating, and does not want to try anything new. ... (4 replies)
... daughter hates eating anything that is not mushy and would either spit it out or coughs after she swallows it. She would not finger feed herself neither except for those Baby Mum Mum things. ... (3 replies)
... It should be fine for you to start giving her table food I think, if she's ready for that step. ... (4 replies)
... That's funny. My son didn't like lumpy baby food either. We bi passed stage three baby food all together. Here's how I introduced real food at 11 months. I would make eggs over medium and pop the yolk and mush them up and put a tad of salt on them and he ate a ton of that. It's very healthy for them. ... (2 replies)
Not eating!?!?!
Sep 4, 2007
... like they're one year 11 months and 3 weeks apart... or something like that! ... (5 replies)
Autism
Aug 9, 2006
... lake was just fine, he'll talk in his own time, blah blah blah. I finally had to bow up at the pediatrician and demand to be sent to a Developmental Pediatrician for an evaluation. He was diagnosed with autism the very same day of the appointment with the DP. My gut was right. ... (6 replies)
... Second question is about the jarred foods. For DS's meat and veggie mixtures for supper I like the Heinz Mother's Recipe the best. ... (2 replies)
Foods 8mo can eat
Jun 20, 2006
... She is only in the 10th precentile for her weight and really doesn't eat very much but she is healthy and growing. My ped. suggested giving her jar food for a couple of months as it has all the nutrition she needs. Otherwise we would have to give her vitamins and I don't want to do that. My ped. ... (9 replies)
... eep trying. Neither of my kids liked the stage 3 food. Then I tasted it...it's awful. They will eventually like table food. With DS he didn't like most table foods besides crackers and bread. Then one day at 11 months he was eyeing my turkey sandwich. Turkey, cheese, mustard, mayo. As a joke I let him take a samll bite. ... (4 replies)
... I would try some unflavored yogurt, maybe mix a bit of banana baby food with it. I think it is too early for finger foods such as Cheerios but I have a terrible fear of my baby choking. ... (7 replies)
... DD is 9 months old and has always self fed. When they can self feed they're old enough to eat solid foods. ... (7 replies)
... I agree with MCR also. my son is one and I was feeling the same way at nine months. Its funny though how suddenly he seemed to mature within just a few months and suddenly his needs changed. At nine months we were doing bottles throughout day and I couldn't imagine how I could change that. ... (11 replies)




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