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... Now she has been on the veggies for about 1 month an I have started introducing fruits. once she has been on cereal, veggies and fruit for a few weeks, I will start her on grains. This was what my Dr. ... (9 replies)
... Hey all. I have a 3 and a half month old daughter and an 8 year old daughter. My question is when did all of you start your babies on infant cereal, and when did you start them on baby veggies? ... (9 replies)
... Typically, it is advised to start with rice cereal because it is most easily digested. ... (9 replies)

... months and I feel that she is ready for cereal also. But, I'm not sure if it is too early to start. And what is a good cereal to start with? ... (9 replies)
... Hey Teresa. Thanks for the quick reply. I have heard differently on the order of foods to introduce. I have heard that you are supposed to start cereal first, then vegetables before any fruits or juices because once they taste that sweetness, they won't want the veggies. ... (9 replies)
... were quadrupled in their risk of juvenile diabetes. So, the word is, start feeding baby between 4 and 6 months. Most kids are ready at 4 months, as they start sticking their tongues out like they want to grasp a spoon. There must be a reason the pancreas needs to start working during those couple of months. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, I was told by the pediatrician that I wasn't to start the cearl until 4 months because it could cause allergies and digestive problems is started prior too. ... (9 replies)
... I started her on rice cereal a few days ago, just mixing it in with her formula. She is taking really well to it. She had a couple bouts with diarrhea but I'm not sure if that was because of the cereal. ... (9 replies)
... Mix about half a tablespoon with enough formula to make it runny. Start her off with this. give it to her with a spoon. Once that texture is ok with her thicken it slightly... ... (9 replies)
... Another reason to wait is because babies have an automatic tongue thrusting response, which usually goes away after the 3rd month. ... (9 replies)
... Introducing any other foods or liquids will not benefit the infant and may actually harm the infant. ... (7 replies)
... to 3 hrs then all of a sudden it changed and when I started giving her cereal and fruit the bottles got a lot less..I have a feeding guide all the way up to 12 months of age...not gospel though...all babies are different...here is a snip it of it.. ... (12 replies)
Not eating!?!?!
Sep 4, 2007
... it's funny you said that, koukla, because the opinion changes all the time about when to start food on an infant! ... (5 replies)
... My boys started on cereal at 4 months. My ped. had planned on waiting until 6 months, but at their 4 month checkup they were holding their heads up well. ... (3 replies)
Baby cereal
Aug 10, 2006
... No not all dr's are "right on" with their research. And if yours is informing you to start at 4 months, then your ped. isn't "current" either. ... (21 replies)
2 Questions
Oct 28, 2005
... months old..she had a lot of gas. She held her head up quickly, so she was eating cereal at about 3 months.. ... (8 replies)
Food Issues!!!
Jan 9, 2007
... My little guy is 7 months and really sending me around the bend trying to figure out his feeding. I waited to start him on solids till he was a week shy of 6 months. He LOVED to eat right away and moved very quickly from cereal to veggies. ... (8 replies)
... are a keen interest in what you're eating, mimicking your chewing motions, and most importantly, loss of the tongue thrust reflex. This reflux causes the tongue to move in back to front motion, which is how they massage the areola of your breast to elicit the let down of your milk. ... (2 replies)
... found in "fortified" cereals. Meat is a much better first food then "fortified" cereal, especially when starting at 6 months, like the AAP, WHO, and LLLI all recommend. 4 months is to early for anything. ... (28 replies)
... Heather we have esp bc I was coming on today to start a march mommie thread! LOL. We lost it somewhere in our crazy lives. ... (98 replies)




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