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We started with DD at 2.5 months for cereal, and about 3 months for veggies and then one by one after that. She was having 50-60oz of formula a day, so the pedi said solids were just fine. She did great.
We plan to start Liam on cereal at 3 months this time, but will play it by ear.
She was 6 months old. We have a history of severe food allergies in our family so I didn't want to start her until at least 6 months - preferably later. Once she hit six months though she was showing all signs of being ready for solids so we started her out slowly (rice cereal first).
We tried at 4 month for the first time, she wasn't AT ALL ready.. so I waited 2 more months.. so we technically started at 6 months. We skippd cereal (she disliked it in a big way) and went right to veggies/fruits.
Erika & Christiaan (7.27.2004)
.. and our daughter, Alexis..
With Sam it was really late, he had a lot of puking issues (still does). But wiht Henry, I started cereal at 4 months, hten I've really just started adding a new food each week. AT his 6mo appt today, pedi said I could go ahead and give meat anytime between now and 9mo.