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... what age do you use stage 3 baby food (3 replies)
... stage 3 baby food is for what age (4 replies)
... would gag like he had a hairball. Actually because of other issues, his doctor told us to start on table food at 6 months and at daycare they ground up regular food very finally, as did I at home, but sometimes it was just easier to give him Stage 2 baby food. ... (4 replies)

... Does your baby eat any solids? ... (4 replies)
Baby food
May 12, 2008
... My DD is 10 months and she's actually just this weekend she started refusing her baby food...she wants the real food. ... (5 replies)
... I'm not sure the age but its really unneccessary and not as healthful and beneficial as table food, and is far more expensive. By the time a child is ready for stage 3s they can go ahead to table food. Many doctors recommend scipping stage 3 all together. A lot of doctors recommend table foods around 9 months. ... (4 replies)
... based foods are pureed mostly. Others, have no meat chunks, but chunks of potatoe, carrot, and whole peas. Peas can especially be tough, and my baby would half choke on them alot early on. ... (3 replies)
... Also, gerber has a little stage thing on the back of some of thier boxes, and we kinda went by that... ... (2 replies)
... We buy Beech Nut brand food and their stage 3 jars say "from about 8 months". DS is 8 months, has several teeth and likes to bite into things with them. ... (2 replies)
... Rather than doing stage 3 baby food you might try cut up pieces of whatever you're eating. Baby food really doesn't actually taste like real food so maybe he's just ready for something new. ... (6 replies)
Baby food
May 13, 2008
... Hey! Ella only has 3 actual teeth so far, but is cutting three more as we speak. ... (5 replies)
... i think you should switch now and quickly move on to the stage 3. the stage two is really NOT much different... ... (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)
... The stage 1 baby food is designed for their lil bellies. They say now not to give rice cereal until 3 months. ... (14 replies)
... Ive been wondering the same. My DD is just over 6 months and is practically drinking the Stage 2's like they are soups, but I dont think she is ready for table food either.... ... (4 replies)
... My son just turned 8 months and is on stage 3. Bumping up is no big deal. Like another poster said, the consistency isn't very different. ... (4 replies)
... m about 8 mos but as for the ones with the chunks it just takes getting used to for your baby. im sure if they have teeth it would be much easier for them then a baby who doesnt yet. ... (3 replies)
... I agree, there is not much difference at all. My son just turned 9 months and have been giving him more of what we eat but he was basically on stage 3 by 71/2 months. (4 replies)
... I agree with the pp's. It also really depends on if the child has a sensitive gag reflex. I've been hearing more and more about this recently, because my ds also had this issue. He couldn't consistently eat solids without gagging (and/or vomiting) until he was over a year old. And he had a mouth full of teeth! Literally--he had all his teeth except his second set of molars by... (3 replies)
... was on jar food at 4 month a bit before, he refused the breast and bottle. ... (14 replies)




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