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My kids started Soilds at 4 months they did good with it and I started my baby on Solids just cereal though at 3 months when she turns 4 months I am puttin her on real baby food like vegetables and stuff.
Mary mom to: Tabitha 9,Katelyn 7,Emily 5,Jay 2 and Natalie Marie (5.31)
Ok, call me a big huge dork, but I have a little Thanksgiving meal planned for Ethan (baby food of course) you know, turkey, sweet potatoes, etc. Is it possible that he'll be on baby food by then? He'll be 4 months.
__________________ Mommy to Ethan - July 22, 2005 Ellia - January 28, 2008 WTTC #3 July 2010
Our doctor told us not to start till 6months because of the risks of starting too early. We did start a little cereal (never in a bottle) at around 5 1/2 months, then veggies at 6 1/2 and fruits around 7 1/2 months.
I just started my son on rice cereal at the doctor's request. He is 4 1/2 months old. He started waking up in the middle of the night to eat again so she suggested giving him the cereal. He has slept through the night 2 out of the past 3 nights. He loves the cereal but nothing comes close to the breastmilk
Wife to Michael since May 5, 2001
Mother to Joshua Michael James born April 27, 2005
We started at 5.5 months with our first DD. Our second DD was exclusively BF for 6 months, when we tried solids she refused. We eneded up EBF till she decided to skip solids and eat table food at 9.5 months. We just had to follow her lead which was fine by me
"It is better to bind your children to you by a feeling of respect and by gentleness, than by fear." Terence</div>