My baby is 12 months old and refuses to eat solids, he just likes some purees like zucchini and carrots. He doesn't like any meat I make for him, only likes the processed jar. Ver often I make purees of an entire meal and doesn't eat it. He does not like new textures and anything with strong flavor. He would take the majority of fruits with oatmeal. I need some advice, I don't know... More
My little guy is 10 months and is exclusively breastfed aside from solids. For solids, he has 3 meals a day (we do babyled weaning) and loves it. I’m still nursing him 5-6 times a day. When can I start cutting out nursing/bottle? I prefer not to replace with cows milk.
Solids Just wondering if this is a thing...I’m really hoping so. Starting around 8-9 months my baby no longer will willingly let me feed her first few bites of puréed food. I have to sneak in bites until she remembers she likes it then she’s okay. She willingly eats finger foods that she can feed herself. Is this normal??
This whole week my 7 mo old is refusing his formula bottles.... he’ll drink just about half of every bottle. I know solids really shouldn’t be offered if they haven’t filled up mainly on milk so I don’t know what to do?? Don’t offer solids? Is this a phase?.... he’s drinking probably 15 oz of milk 😔 (still eating every bite of solids I give)
So...my nearly six month old has been eating some pureed foods for a little bit now. He does well at dinner time but he doesn't take very well to breakfast. Sometimes morning bottles are a bit of a struggle as well. Could he just not be into eating so close to waking up? Not a "breakfast person"? Any thoughts or suggestions?
Starting food: If we’ve been doing a little cereal in bottles twice a day, how do we start puréed food? Do we do a couple of oz of milk and then follow with a few teaspoons of food right after? Does the food replace cereal? Do we stop cereal period? It has been constipating my baby so I’m eager to stop it anyway. Once she gets used to different flavors of food, do we only do one food at a... More
My 20 month old son is a gentleman and eats anything but is having a hard time communicating what he wants.he is finally starting to sign more when he wants food or juice and says a few basic words. How do I stop just giving him different foods till I find what he wants?
Baby is 7 months and I feed him purée a couple times a day. Then here and there of what we're eating or cheerios on his highchair when hanging out. When giving him purées he's always trying to grab the spoon! While I appreciate him wanting to try and learn, I'm not going to give him a container of purée. What did you do at this stage?
What are/were your 6mo schedules? We are nearly hitting 6mo with the LO and would like to transition from on demand to a more structured routine as we slowly bring in solids. I’m working to build the general routine based on a pattern I already see him falling into. But I’m curious about the intro to solids in that routine and what has worked for others!
Milk Supply ‘Food before 1 is just for fun.’ Doesn’t seem to apply for my 6m old, who devours everything I give him, and doesn’t seem satisfied with nursing. He is purely breastfed- never took the bottle- and is eating solids 3 times a day for just over a week. Apart from straining to poop- he grunts and squeezes, and has gone down from 4 poops a day to 1 or 2- he seems happy. But what ab... More
When we started her on baby food at 4m or so she was doing fine. Then about 3 months ago she just stopped and it’s a struggle to get her to take 5 bites of something. Please help, need some ideas. We’ve talked to her doctor and she had no answer for us.
My baby is 10 months old now. He does really well with baby food, bananas, and bread but when we give him anything with a little more consistency like pasta, corn, peas he throws up after just a few bite sized pieces. Any advice to get him to eat more solid food without gagging and throwing it up?
My 11.5 month old babe caught his first virus last week. He had diarrhea and threw up once, so I cut out cooked food. Just stuck with banana, avocado and of course nursing. Banana and avocado were really just when I was away at work. Once he saw me, he wanted the boob. He’s back full force now, but is still obsessed with nursing! Prior to last week, I could go a full work day without pumping. ... More