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November 20th, 2011, 04:29 PM
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I have finally found a food that dd will eat without having to be distracted. She loves yogurt. I give her the plain Yo Baby kind and mix it with some baby food jarred fruit that we have and a little bit of my pumped milk as well. If I let her she could eat one container (they come in packages of 4) three times a day. I was so excited that she was eating something and then I started wondering if it's too much yogurt for her.
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November 20th, 2011, 06:55 PM
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I'm not sure. I think the fact that you are mixing it with fruit is a good thing though because she is getting nutrients from that, too.
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November 21st, 2011, 06:08 AM
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Hmmm - good question? I know that yogurt has protein, and dairy... maybe the dairy could be too much for her, if she had a dairy sensativity... but, it sounds like she probably doesn't - you'd know by now right??? Cause the Yo Baby does have whole milk in it...

I'll give Michael the yo toddler stuff too! It has fruit on the bottom, and cereal in it I believe...
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November 21st, 2011, 06:32 AM
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Oh my, DD would eat her weight in yo baby if I would let her. I don't know if too much is a bad thing, but if it is displacing other foods than I would say maybe. We try to hold back to one container a day so DD will eat her fruits and veggies. If given the choice she would pick yogurt. Plus, its expensive. The cheapest I can find is $2.50 for a four pack, so I like to make the pack last a few days at least
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November 21st, 2011, 07:55 AM
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Haha! We put yo baby in EVERYTHING. It was the first food that Reid would eat consistently and to this day it's the only guarantee that I get for days where he doesn't want to eat. I buy two 4 packs a week. One for our house and one for the sitters. Great tip...if you go on Ebay you can buy coupons $0.50 off coupons. Your supermarket should double. Thank god I've been able to get the price down to $1.50 per four pack for months. It's actually time to restock
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