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Has anyone started thinking about weening? Anyone still EBF?
Munchkin has just in the last week embraced food as more than a snack and has finally agreed to eat a few bites of a spoon. Up until now everything had to be finger foods. We have not cut out any nursing sessions yet and I don't think we will anytime soon.
Our favorite food is venison with chicken as a close second but now that she has embraced solids I have not found anything she will not eat. Even spinach is considered yummy.
Nathaniel has to eat anything he sees one of us put in our mouths. He eats like a horse too. I don't know where the kid puts all that food. I am in trouble when my boys become teenagers. I am still nursing, but since getting pregnant I can tell he is not getting as much milk from me. He also gets bottles of frozen BM while I am at work, plus bottles of almond milk a few times a day.
Cam is pretty much eating whatever she can chew. She is a great eater and doesn't refuse anything. She has just moved over to regular milk since my supply is non-existent now. I give her what I can of my milk and she still gets it at my mom's house where my frozen stash is, but at home it is just regular milk and water. She seems to be doing fine with dairy.
Noah is a pig. He eats anything and everything. If you have something he will whine and cry for it. We are slowly entering the weaning process due to my pregnancy so we've introduced a sippy with milk once a day right now.
She loves carrots and strawberries. I'll feed her jar food, or homemade baby food( she loved the stuffed peppers), and then give her soft finger foods while we eat to keep her busy... not even thinking about weaning off formula and breastmilk until at least end of jan or feb, want to make sure she's getting all her nutrients. We are still nursing at night, then she gets formula during the day and what I can pump which is usually 6 or 7 ounces a day... Hoping it will help her not get sick as much in the winter...
Last edited by alybr; October 28th, 2013 at 05:20 PM.