Thursday, January 24, 2013

Feeding the Babe

I have had quite a few emails lately asking some questions about how we approached feeding Harper solid foods. I thought it might just be easiest to write a post about it, and hopefully more of you will find it helpful. Let me start by saying, we are not experts (obv) and didn't use any specific method other than our go-to "winging it" approach. I am constantly still asking my parent friends how/when/what do they feed their kids, and I learn something new every day! 

Here's a little bit of a timeline for your reference:
Breastmilk/Formula only for the first 4 months, which by four months we were at about 4 feedings per day (which I think was about 8 oz. per feeding around the standard breakfast, lunch, dinner & before bed times).

The morning of her four month birthday, our ped had given us the go-ahead to let her try baby cereal. We started with rice cereal, put the recommended amount (maybe 2 tbsp?) into a small bowl, poured some milk from her 8oz bottle into the bowl of cereal until it was soupy & fed it to her. She was not a fan. We did this for 4-5 days for breakfast each day & she never really seemed to like it. A few other moms recommended that we try baby Oatmeal Cereal instead... loved it! She started to really get the hang of the whole spoon feeding thing. We gradually increased the oatmeal to twice a day (breakfast & dinner) over the next month. We never put the baby cereal into her bottle, only spoonfed.

At five months, we introduced fruits. We started with Earth's Best & Plum brands, I used maybe 1/3 of a jar/pouch mixed in with the oatmeal at both feedings. She immediately loved it & decided that plain oatmeal was for the birds. After about two weeks, we started giving her three meals a day (oatmeal/fruit for breakfast, fruit for lunch & oatmeal/fruit for dinner), and started lowering the amount of milk she had, more like 6oz with each meal instead of 8. We did follow our doctor's direction to introduce one food at a time for 3-4 days to make sure there were no allergies... which there weren't, other than my allergy to her blueberry diapers. HOLY MOTHER.


At six months (actually a little bit before), we introduced vegetable purees, using both Plum & Earth's Best brands. By this time we were totally burnt out on every single fruit, so it was exciting to give her something new. We started some of the stage two baby foods within the next two months, she loved sweet potato, mango & peaches. This is the stage where we LOVED the Boon Squirt Spoon, once they start eating all these yummy foods, they can't get it in their mouths fast enough! From here on out, the bottles were 6 oz. for breakfast, lunch & dinner and then 8 oz. before bed.

Right around seven and eight months, she was just starting to crawl. Our ped said that at this time, EVEN if they don't have teeth (which she obviously already had a mouth full), we could start giving her Puffs. It's scary at first, but honestly, just put one in your own mouth & watch it do it's disappearing act. Those things melt so quick, I honestly don't think it's possible for a kid to choke on them. It did take a few tries for her to get the hang of it, but she became a pro in no time. After about two weeks of watching her successfully eat solid foods with her fingers, we started testing out some other finger foods. Broccoli (steamed), green beans & blueberries. All of which, she LOVED. (Read more seven month & eight month feeding adventures).
I will say, things like bananas & avocado, anything slimey, took a few tries before she liked them. She hated anything we tried to mash or puree for her, she really just like to do it herself.

We also introduced the sippy cup right around this time, giving her half water/half apple or pear juice once or twice a day in between meals. We had to help her hold it the first few times, but eventually she figured it out. Our favorite brands of sippys are Nuby, Avent & Tommee Tippee. Although I think they secretly ALL leak the more you use & wash them.

Things got even more fun around this time when we pretty much gave up baby food all together & decided she could really just eat a lot of the things we ate. We gave her pancakes one day while we were out for breakfast & you would have thought it was Christmas morning. For all of us. 

I quickly traded in Puffs for Cheerios, started buying different flavors of regular applesauce & yogurts.


By Thanksgiving, when she was just over 9 months, she ate a full Thanksgiving dinner. She ate sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, turkey, stuffing & pie.


We continue to try lots of new foods, giving her really anything that is soft enough to chew & small enough that she won't choke. She eats 3 meals a day, with a juice & snack in between & an 8 oz bottle before bed.
Here's what her typical menu looks like for the week:

Breakfast
Waffles & Yogurt
Banana & Cheerios
Oatmeal with Blueberries & Raspberries



Lunch
Cheese Ravioli with Tomato Sauce
Grilled Cheese & Steamed Broccoli or Cauliflower
Chicken (either grilled leftover from dinner or something like dino-bites) & Green Beans
Usually a side of blueberries, watermelon or banana


Dinner
Pasta (spaghetti, ravioli, lasagna, etc.)
Grilled Chicken, Avocado, Beans
Mashed Potatoes, Beef or Turkey, Veggie (green beans, peas, carrots, etc.)

The only things we really don't give her is spicy stuff, we eat a ton of fajitas, stuffed peppers, tacos, enchiladas, buffalo chicken, etc. but for the most part, we just let her eat what we are eating. (A little more detail about our most recent feeding adventures here)

Also, she frowns when she eats. No idea why, maybe she is concentrating? :)


Once you start eating solids, you MUST get these silicone bibs. This will save you from picking up two hundred cheerios off the ground at the end of the day.


And for the record, our high chair is from Ikea. I hated it at first, but it has really grown on me. This high chair is honestly not meant for smaller babies that aren't fully sitting up/moving around on their own yet. Harper would slouch and slide around in this because it isn't contoured, so I would pack it full of blankets to make her more comfortable. For older kids? This high chair rocks. It is SO easy to clean & doesn't look like a spaceship in the corner of your kitchen. 

I am really looking forward to her being able to eat eggs & peanut butter (was waiting til her one year appointment, although I could probably give it to her any day now) two of the most common things we eat in this house. So tell us all! What are your kiddo's favorite things to eat?! I know that mamas with kids of all ages struggle to find things to make for meals, so hopefully this is helpful! Again, I am not an expert by any means, just sharing a little bit about how we roll around here! :)

55 comments:

  1. My daughter ( 18 mos) loves everything! She follows the same sample meals as Harper. Alexa really loves fruit cups ( which are so easy), cheese slices, pb&j, and canned veggies. When will you introduce eggs and peanut butter?

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  2. I giggled about the pancakes :) Matthew is about to turn 6 months & we have tried all the recommended fruits/veggies for this age, sweet potatoes, peas, avocados, carrots, squash, zuchini, apples maybe like 2 others, but I feel like everyone else is giving other kinds of fruits & veggies earlier, I know all the recommendation lists are different, and so are pediatricians, but I've been afraid of straying from this list of foods cause i thought that I wasn't supposed to haha!! I think I may try to give him some more stuff now, after I saw this.

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  3. oh!! & she looks like such a young lady in the last two pics!! so big.

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  4. She's so cute! I babysit my friend's little girl sometimes and she made the exact same frowny faces while she ate when she was Harper's age. She also made such a mess while eating! It was hilarious and exhausting all at once trying to keep more food in her mouth than in her hair.

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  5. I agree! spaceships shouldn't be in our kitchens! ha! I was thinking of getting the ikea high chair for my baby too, glad to see you recommend it :) thanks!
    Love Harper's eating faces , cuteness!

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  6. Olivia loves all those things as well! She especially loves cheese! (We buy sargento string cheese for her) also loves pasta salad with cucumbers, olives, chickpeas and cherry tomatoes! Grilled cheese and chicken fries are a favorite too! It is SO great when they start eating real food vs bottles/baby food!

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  7. Great post! Very informative actually. Aviana is on the same eating path as Harper, which is good to see. ;)

    Marissa
    thesimpleswan.blogspot.com
    A Mommy Blog

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  8. And I meant to ask, when did Harper start drinking out of a sippy cup? I tried giving Avi one a couple of days ago and she wouldn't take it (she will be 7 months next week). Any recommendations for a good training cup? ;)

    Marissa
    thesimpleswan.blogspot.com
    A Mommy Blog

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    1. I would like to know too!! I tried giving Matthew one last week, & he will be 6 months next week & he had a fit. Like, literally.

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  9. Harper is so darn cute while she's eating...and all the time! Even though my little one is only 6 months, we are doing baby led weaning so he's already into the finger foods. His top two favorites are avocados (slices) and hummus!

    tinytoeslittlenose.blogspot.com

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  10. There really isn't a tell-all food-guide out there. Humph. Thanks for sharing. I'm sort of doing whatever too. Lyla is a BEAST. She slams like 5, 7 ish oz bottles a day and eats baby food at lunch and dinner. So looking forward to ditching those bottles. :)

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  11. this couldnt be more perfect my daughter just turned 4 months and we find out at the end of the month if she can start on the cereal :)

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  12. My little man frowns as well, even though food is his favorite thing on Earth-besides Mama:) He is 11mths and eats pretty much anything. He's basically only eating table food now. I let him try almost everything I make. Bananas and veggie soups are his favorite at the moment. I won't give him honey or nuts yet, but he has had eggs and loves them!

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  13. Harpie's side bang in that last picture is awesome.

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  14. Thank you for posting this! I think we're a little late to the game with our son, Liam, but we are starting to try different table foods now that he's 10ish months old, and I found this super helpful!!

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  15. oh my goodness- that bib! adorable! my 6 1/2 month old son still nurses like 8-9 times a day... i can't imagine the freedom if he'd just eat 4 bottles a day! ah. oh well :) has she tried avocados? that's a fav!!

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  16. I love reading about Harper! She is so precious and my "baby fix" since I am only 20 and not nearly old enough for a baby! ;) When I was looking on Pinterest, I found a confetti wall and immediately thought it was something that I would definitely see in Harper's "big girl room"! So, naturally, I had to share the link with you. Love your posts!

    http://aplaceforusblog.com/diy-confetti-wall/

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  17. We had the exact same approach as you! I call it intuition. Our daughter (now 4 year old) exclusively BF until 8 months. (No, I am not a "BF forever Mama", or a Mama who is like OMG about how other families roll... not our style in the slightest.) She didn't like rice/oatmeal/quinoa/ etc.. etc.. she hated them all... and genuinely wasn't ready for food until 8 months. (I tried, trust me, I tried... she was still gaining weight, growing, thriving so BF we continued.)

    Anyway... the point I want to share with you and your readers is our little ate eggs and nuts at 10 months. It happened in one weekend. She was staying overnight with my mom, who is old school European immigrant and fed her both, honestly not knowing she shouldn't. I called pediatrician immediately upon learning of this *gasp* violation of food intake. He said, "did she have a reaction?" I said, "nope, nothing to report." Dr answered, "well then bring on the peanut butter and eggs." My mom fed them to her because she believed they were healthy, cheap, and fulfilling. My daughter still eats a hard boiled egg like we eat apples. Especially after swim class, and dance class.

    All that said - trust your "winging it" and trust your intuition! Little H is clearly thriving.

    ** We do organic eggs, and peanut butter for hormon and pesticide reasons.

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    1. I have a similar story! My daughter was 9 months old on her first Easter. I was in the shower while my husband gave her breakfast and he cut up a hard boiled easter egg and gave it to her. I almost had a panic attack! But it is all good and she loves eggs.

      I bet once Harper gets her hands on a PB sandwich she'll be in heaven :)

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  18. Jack just turned 4 months last week but we started feeding him solids around 3 1/2 months. He was chowing down 6 oz. bottles every 2-3 hours around the clock so my mommy intuition told me to try rice cereal. From his first meal of solids I could tell he was ready for more. So, since then we've slowly started introducing new foods. He's had apples, pears, sweet potatoes and avocado. The kid loves solids so much he whines between bites like I'm not feeding him fast enough! We've actually had a great time making our own baby food. It's an awesome savings for our family!

    I can't wait until we can start feeding him what we eat!

    Maegan

    lovethemama.blogspot.com

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  19. If you ever need more ideas, check out Weelicious!!! She has a ton of recipes just for kids.

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  20. Oliver is 6.5 months. Per our Pedi, we didn't start solids until 6 months (he's on the small side). He hates EVERYTHING. Ok, only everything we try to feed him. We've tried sweet potatoes (blech!), avocado, rice cereal, carrots and apple sauce. The only thing he'll chew on is diced apple in his mesh food toy. Suggestions on how to make this tiny peanut enjoy his food?

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  21. We are just moving into the table-food zone, and I am loving it! It's a million times easier to feed her what we're having! She doesn't seem to be taking as much in just yet, but she basically turns her nose up at purees now. We just started feeding our girl (almost 10 mos) eggs last weekend, and she loves them! I was seriously concerned about what they were going to do to her diapers, but it's no worse than normal shit. Ha!

    Harper's eating face is adorable! I take my food seriously too, angel!

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  22. She looks like such a little lady with her fancy silicone bib on (loving the necklace too!)

    teapotsandtrinkets.blogspot.com

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  23. So sweet. Does she still do a bottle at night before bed?

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  24. I love reading your blog. It's fun to read about young, trendy mom and her first baby! I have 5 myself and my youngest is 3mo. I skip baby cereal altogether and start with avocado, sweet potatoes, and banana. Check out the book super baby food, it's great! Once they've been exposed to a variety of foods, I start grinding up what we eat in a food mill!

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  25. I live reading your blog. It's so much fun! I have five kiddos, my youngest is 3mo. We skip baby cereal completely and start with avocado, sweet potato, and bananas. Once they've had a variety of food I start grinding up what we eat. Check out the book super baby food. It's great!

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  26. Hey girl!
    What an awesome post! I think you are totally right about having no clue what to feed them sometimes! My little man is about to be 8 months old and we've done bananas, peas, pasta, muffin, and pancakes. I have a couple questions just about what you do personally. I know you said you just wing it which we totally do too haha.

    Do you prepare Harper's food each day as it's time for her to eat, or do you make a bigger batch early in the week?

    Did you say she gets her bottle with her meal? How did you transition to doing that? My little guy still eats about an hour after a bottle, and still wants a bottle after he wakes up from his long afternoon nap around 4.

    Are you giving her regular oatmeal? I am super excited about the saving money aspect of not having to buy "baby" oriented food stuff haha.

    Sorry for all the questions! I love your blog and your little munchkin is too cute for words!!!

    Jordan

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  27. We did Baby Led Weaning starting at 6 months with our daughter and skipped purees all together. LOVE IT. Will be doing it with all my kids. Ha. Just wanted to let you know my friend Brittany does a monthly link-up called "munchkin meals" where we link a day of eats of our little one and their age. She's been doing this for 6+ months now when our girls were 8 months old so there is a TON of ideas for meal time with your kiddo. Just thought I would share :) http://www.ahealthysliceoflife.com/munchkin-meals/

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  28. what a darling she is -- always love seeing new pics of your little one! xo

    http://allthingsprettyandlittle.blogspot.com/

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  29. You rock. Our "winging it" approach was terrible and my daughter probably ate more Cheerios than she should have before 1...haha. "Oh, you're hungry? Here are some Cheerios." Nevertheless, she's perfect in every way...just goes to show you that there's always room to mess up in parenting, and the kiddos will never the difference! And I love the menu ideas...I need something like that for ME. ;)

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  30. My Megan went through a major eating funk around the 18-24 month timeframe. She started out eating pretty much anything....then was only having bananas and cheese for the longest time. Now, she's 29 months, and she's back on track. She'll eat just about anything, but she has her faves.

    Her favorites are:
    hotdogs~~chicken nuggets~~any fruit~~cheese~~my homemade banana bread~~Kashi cereal (weird, I know...)~~broccoli~~peas, sweet potato fries (baked)~~yogurt~~corn on the cob, and pretty much any casserole dish I make. I'm not a huge fan of casseroles, but she eats the heck out of 'em, therefore I'll make them!!

    Although my heritage is Italian, my child will have NOTHING to do with pasta. :( Never has and still won't. It's kind of disheartening!! Maybe she'll come around one day!

    Great post about Harper's food journey. It'll certainly help out so many new moms out there!!!

    :) Adele

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  31. Have you tried edamame? I bet she'd love to get her little fingers on them! My nephews love them

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  32. I'm really glad you posted this. My husband and I are gearing up for IVF due to infertility issues, and I've been trying to read up on parenting as opposed to things about IVF in itself. I had no idea of the timeline of feeding, so this was great! Little Harper is so precious!

    abrinkadventure.blogspot.com

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    1. Praying for you��

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    2. keeping you in my prayers!! :)
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  33. Looking forward to referring back to this once baby boy is born/at that stage. Thank you for sharing! Sweet Harper is the cutest.

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  34. i just die over her pics love! Ava makes thats serious face and that bulldog face all the time and it cracks me up! We started giving Ava scrambled egg yolks last month and she loves them (ped said wait on the egg white for a bit I guess). Thanks for this update its always nice to see where her fellow blogger babes are as well xo

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  35. Thanks for posting your experience with feeding! My babe will be 4 months soon and starting cereal so this post will come in handy for the future! I can't wait to feed her real food! Yay!

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  36. This is SO helpful! We're totally winging it too but with Audrey being 7 months now and we've tried most every pureed option, I had no idea where to go next. Sippy cup shopping today!

    Also, I wanted to share that I thought I had one of those babies who hated vegetables. She would eat any fruit but spit out all veggies we gave her. Unless it was a combo mixed with mostly fruit (love the Plum Organics brand, I would eat them if it were socially acceptable!). Turns out, she just didn't like the taste of the jarred veggies and once I made them myself it was a whole different ball game! I tried peas first and all I did was steam them and throw them in the food processor with a little of the water we used to steam them with (so we wouldn't lose any of the nutrients). They came out perfectly green, not like the brown peas from the store! If you taste them both, the difference is incredible!

    http://lifeinthemidle.blogspot.com/

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  37. My Harp liked food for the first two days and now starts projectile puking before the spoon even gets to her lips. The thought totally gags her apparently. And we LOVE the Baby Bjorn bibs, similar to your silicone one. I'm borrowing the Infantino Fresh Squeezed feeding system (http://www.target.com/p/fresh-squeezed-collection/-/A-14380723) this weekend to make some of my own baby food in disposable pouches. I can hardly wait! I think Jack will like them too:).

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  38. So many good ideas in the post and comments! Going to have to remember to try edamame this time around! My son is 4 and I have a 5 month old baby girl. We are on rice cereal/oatmeal and first foods, but I can't wait until she is ready for table food! The only thing I could add to this thread is turkey meatballs! My son loved them! I would occaisionally buy the premade frozen ones, but mostly I would make my own and just keep a bag of them in the freezer so I could cook as needed.

    And can I just say that HarpieDoodle is my favorite kid nickname ever! So dang cute!!!

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  39. Jessica, I love your blog and have been following a while! I actually found you through pinterest. Harper is absolutely a doll!

    An acquaintance just had a baby. She did the chalkboards throughout her pregnancy. Very similar to yours, but obvi yours are way better. This really didn't bother me. I think it is a cute idea. However, she also named her daughter Harper. I'm totally freaked out. I know they say that imitation is the finest form of flattery, but when does it become creepy? I get the shivers just thinking about it.

    Link: http://babyroberts429.blogspot.com/2013/01/its-a.html

    Just thought you'd like to know. :)

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  41. Great info, Jessica! Harrison is 10 months and still doesn't like eating the puffs. But he does enjoy throwing them on the floor.

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  42. Breakfast: Waffle (Ego), fruit of some kind (whatever I'm eating for breakfast) plus a few bites of my yogurt and diluted juice (and I mean WAY diluted-- 4 oz of water to 2 oz of juice kind of a thing)
    snack: a few cheerios or apple sauce
    Lunch: Steamed veggies, half a string cheese stick, and some kind of starch if still hungry, diluted juice again. (she refuses plain water)
    afternoon formula bottle for naptime
    Fruit or something of the like for snack
    Dinner: Mashed up versions of whatever we're having to eat, or mashed potatoes-- which she LOVES! Graham cracker for dessert :)
    formula bottle for bedtime

    Cheerios is always our fall back on for snack. Mashed potatoes she loves LOVES them. We're starting to give her bits of protein, like really tender meats, etc. But she loves her fruits and veggies. Love this post! Glad to know I'm not the only mama out there "winging it" with my little one's eating habits! :)

    cutiepiehandsomeandme.blogspot.com

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  43. Cute!

    In our house we are also 'winging it'. We avoided any kind of cereals or oatmeals by advice of our midwife, she told us that they're empty calories. I agree on the cereals but not on the oatmeals, but we didn't use any of the 'baby' oatmeals because I didn't want extra processing in her food. I just cooked up some regular oat meal and fed it to her, but not until around 8 months. We exclusively breastfed until about 5 1/2 months and then she was trying to grab stuff off our plates so we did baby-led weaning and she did just fine. :) She mostly ate fruits and veggies for the first month or so, we weren't cautious about anything because neither my husband nor I have any history of family allergies. We introduced chicken, deer and fish about a month to a month and a half after we started solids. We don't do pasta or breads in our house so we never really did any kind of grain based foods outside of puffs at first. But the girl loves brown rice and quinoa. :p

    We're at 11 months old now (birthday on Feb. 16th!) and she eats whatever it is we're eating with a few exceptions like peanut butter (because its too sticky) and shellfish (dad apparently developed a slight allergy in the last year so we're going to be a little more careful about that one) and honey (for obvious reasons). We also avoid processed foods in all of our diets for the most part and any added sugars. We aren't strict about it but just generally avoid it. :)

    Our baby's favorites are blueberries, broccoli (raw or cooked), carrots, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, salmon, chicken, quinoa and rice. She HATES avocado, its kind of ridiculous. Anytime we offer it to her she immediately picks it out and feeds it to the dogs and then eats everything else on her tray. :p

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  44. She is SO ADORABLE!!

    We started solids around 4 months as well, but we opted to skip the rice all together and go with oatmeal. She loved it from the first bite! We started vegetables about a week and a half later... I've been making her baby food, and we did (in this order) avocado, peas, green beans, peaches, sweet potato (belly issues), banana, and yellow squash. She has loved all of it! She is now almost 6 months old and gets 2 meals a day... Usually oatmeal and a fruit for breakfast, and a vegetable for late lunch or dinner. It's pretty casual... I'm breastfeeding and plan to for at least a year. Next on the menu is carrots, then butternut squash. I also have some applesauce that I'll be starting soon too! I had originally planned to wait until 6 months to start solids, but she was having some problems with reflux and weight gain so we started early... I'm glad we did! I enjoy it as much as she does, I think! haha

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  45. Ah I feel so behind, my 9 month old only eats baby food/breast milk!
    He just recently got his first tooth so ive been afraid he would choke on anything else.
    What do you suggest for first solids?

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  46. Harper's baby expressions while she eats are adorable! I love the 'muggin' look she gives in her chevron apron after you said "I quickly traded in Puffs for Cheerios, started buying different flavors of regular applesauce & yogurts." SO CUTE! Thanks for all the details on her feeding!

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  47. Your blog is getting me ready to have a baby :) Love the last picture :)

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  48. Love this post! Up until recently, our baby was on an exclusive breastmilk diet. He still has no teeth so we're definitely cautious about what we feed him, but so far his favorite "table foods" include a little bit of eggs (with the OK from his pediatrician) mixed with mild shredded cheese (like jack or cheddar); spinach and cheese; buckwheat pancakes mixed w/ bananas; every fruit-vegetable combination; and cut up noodles. Now that he's had a taste of "real" food, he's starting to refuse boring ol' jar/pouch food. Can't say I blame him :) I'm sure you've already seen this, but wholesomebabyfood.momtastic.com is my go-to source when I need to get creative with baby-friendly (and healthy/yummy) recipes.

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  49. My son Bruce eats everything! I made all of his baby food, so he got to eat beets, beans, lintels,split peas, you name it I made it. Right now though he is really into fruit. Grapes and strawberries are his favorite! I'll tell you what though, it is great we have a dog. She cleans up anything he drops on accident or on purpose, although she has gained a few pounds.

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  50. Bellisimo el post que nos compartes que gran trabajo.

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  51. What sort of snacks did you give LO around 7-10 months?

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