For your 15 month what proteins did you give him. He loves peanut butter so that’s good and he drink milk mix with a 4th of chocolate pedicure. What other stuff can I give him to up his protein. He likes chicken but idk what other meat I can give him without spitting it out?
I haven’t been so good with starting her off on that food (she is only now having two front teeth coming in, and I figured it would be too hard to chew those type of foods but her daycare teacher is now saying otherwise). Any recommendations on how to make her start picking up that food?
My almost 2 year old won’t eat any kind of food that is like for a meal 🤦🏻♀️ he will eat junk all day long & cereal, but when it comes to mealtime he wants babyfood. I’ve even tried not giving it to him but I couldn’t let him starve & he refused to eat what we gave him. Any advice?
Our 9 month old eats pretty good, we try to let her self feed for the most part, but whenever we feed her something she likes to spit it out or grab it out of her mouth with her little pinchers and feed herself. Is this normal? Can I teach her not to do it?
My child is almost 20 months old and the past like 2 weeks he won’t eat more than 5 bites of anything or won’t eat it at all. He only will eat like chips or crackers between meals and wakes up 2 or 3 times for a bottle during the night. Tried letting him cry it out but he absolutely won’t give up. Any ideas would be great!
My son ate apples (at 5.5 months) one time and broke out in a rash on his upper body and really red cheeks. I told the pediatrician and he told me to reintroduce apples to him again soon. Has anyone done this with a food baby was allergic to? How long should I wait? He will be 7 months old tomorrow.
I usually give my baby fruits, veggies, baby oatmeal / cereal . I want to start expanding it more to mixing / blending different things together . Any fruits & veggies I can mix and still taste good ? Or any baby snacks / ideas you do ? P.S : my baby is 6 months .
My son is almost 14 months and a very picky eater. He eats fruit, cereal, yogurt, crackers, and cucumber. Occasionally some pasta. He absolutely refuses meat of any kind. Any suggestions on how to get him to try more foods? He hates being hand-fed; he wants to do everything independently. I can’t even trick him by hiding a new food amongst the preferred. He finds it and picks it out. Then hands... More