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Old 06-27-08, 02:09 AM
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I know we've talked about this, but how many times a day do you give your baby "food" (veggies and fruit)? And how many times do they get cereal (rice, oatmeal, etc)?


Avery gets a fruit or veggie daily, but she is so interested in us eating... I just don't know if I should feed her again or not...???
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Old 06-27-08, 09:22 AM
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for about 2 weeks we've done am and pm... and she's really getting the hang of swallowing now, so I think i'll start with lunch too... Lyla is so interested in us eating too- its funny
 
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Old 06-27-08, 09:27 AM
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Yep, they love to watch us eat! I think that as long as she's taking the milk she should be, it's ok to top her up with solids.........but not speaking from experience of course, just reading!
 

We're giving Noah veggies after his breakfast bottle, then I'll do dinner, then lunch after that. We'll see how hungry he is. We're going to do cereal after veggies, then fruits and go from there!
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i just had to go up from once a day to twice a day..and i am thinking about doing lunch as well. Lola has ceral after nursing with a fruit. then at night, we are doing veggies and cereal after nursing.

i was only doing once a day, but then she start waking up every 2 hours!!! after a night of that, i started to feed her more and she is now back on schedule.
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