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I gave the babies yogurt yesterday for the first time (YoBaby Banana) and Abigail ate almost a whole carton by herself! George didn't seem to like it, but hopefully he'll warm up to it soon. We're going to try fish and eggs in the next week or two.
Melissa & DH
IVF babies Claire (3), Abigail (1) and George (1)
No we havent done meats really. But we do have some chicken mixed with veggies we will be trying. I am sure she will like it. She still hates texture so everything is pretty much strained. She has no teeth either so I am just going slow also because we have some food allergies with my other rugrats but so far not with Emma.
Will you be making the fish yourself? Do your babies like texture?
Sonja, mommy to 6 girls & 4 boys
And baby # 11 (GIRL) due Oct 9, 2014
And 4 beautiful grandbabies
Do you guys feed scrambled eggs? I read the whites is what can cause the allergy but not the yolk so I thought of just making some yolk for her.
I have given Emmy plain whole milk yogurt with mashed, strained blueberries in it and out of all the foods we have fed, she disliked that the least! Lol. Otherwise she is like ruby; hates food! I'm starting to get a little concerned...
Sean is going to try chicken for the first time this weekend. He will eat yogurt but it's not his favorite. I'll let him try fish next month. Holding off on eggs a little while longer. He's not the best at picking up food and getting it into his mouth so I want to stick with either purées, things that can be given in stick form, or things that stick to his hand.