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March 25th, 2009, 12:09 AM
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  • Start out small at first, then gradually increase the amount given to the baby.
  • Try different vegetables, do not just stick to one.
  • Add some low-salt butter to add taste.
  • Always taste the baby food before you feed them, if you do not like it, they will not either.
  • Mashed potatoes are also a very good thing to feed your baby. It gets them full quickly and they love it.
  • Be sure that all the baby food is mushed up until it is baby food consistency.
  • Do not feed the baby meat just yet, their digestive systems cannot handle it and will cause their stool to be to hard.
  • Do not give excess sugar and don't feed them honey at all before they are one year old.
  • Do not leave the baby alone in high chair when feeding him/her.

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