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|14-1-2011 - Question about Baby food
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I have a question...
How long did your babies eat the jarred baby food for? Aiden turned 1 on dec 23, and he is still eating baby food. I have slowly started to add more solid food, and he has had a bit of a problem with it, and im havin a hard time trying to pick what hes going to eat...so far he likes grilled cheese, chicken nuggets, and crackers...but he takes FOREVER to eat it, and then if i give him baby food, he pretty much inhales it lol. Im frustrated because i know some moms, whos babies have been eating "our`food since 9 months, no problems, and Aiden seems to not want alot of our food. He can chew, he just spits out most of the chunks and it is kind of worrying because I know baby food doesnt have all the stuff a one year old needs, altho he is a healthy active boy. He had his one year dr appt on jan 10 and he was 21 lbs, 76 cm. Dr has no concerns. Any tips, or advice would help me. Thanks. and hope everyone is well.
2 Comments on Question about Baby foodkaysfamily
- Friday, 14 Jan hey hun, yea it's hard when they dont wanna chew the big pc. why not cut his meal into smaller pc and then add some baby pasta shells and you can give him some real chicken but make them small and he'd use his fingers to grab them i am sure he'd like that. you can also give him real peas and chopped up carrots too cooked. just slowly cut everything really small for him to bite like two or three times. i also give him some pedia sure it's a meal replacement at least once a day or every other day. french fries are also a good thing at this time if you wanna give him that. i would slowly stop giving gim the jars as he's gotta start real food. some fruit is good too like chopped up strawberrrys and berries. just think small chopped up food and he'd try it. good luck! let me know how it goes :) hayley-france
- Friday, 14 Jan Hey, Emma never really had jars, she just used to have home cooked meals but blended...as she got older I started to blend it less and less. By 12 months she was having our food cut up into tiny peices (not blended) and fed to her off a spoon. Sometimes I'd give her a peice of broccolli or some cooked carrots as finger food at the same time as eating off a spoon. (That way it didn't matter if she didn't eat much with her fingers.) Good luck! xxx