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We decided to change how we eat after we had Ammon. So far we have been doing great at it but I'm not worried about the kids. It's more about how it's affecting there bodies. S far they eat what ever I give them with no problems. TMI ALERT I have noticed tat there BM have changed. For Brighton it's that he's going more and Kerrington has gone from almost solid to soft again and sometimes almost runny but not diarrhea. It hasn't done anything to DH or me at all but make us feel better and have more energy. The only thing that has changed diet wise for the kids is less to no junk food, little sugary foods and more veggies/fruits and whole grains. All these tey have eaten before.
Okay, I hope you don't mind me commenting on every single post you make about food, here and on FB
My boys' BM's definitely changed when we took out meat and dairy. I posted a question about it here back then, because they actually had horrible diarrhea for a while. It turned out that was because we'd been giving them gluten. However, less processed foods and more whole food fruits and veggies will result in softer stools. Once their bodies adjust (say, no more than a couple weeks), they should regulate to one good BM a day; but it still will be softer than you were used to.
My boys both poop between 9:30 and 10:00 in the morning, every day. It's almost creepy, lol...but that's how it should be.