Lisa - posted on 11/05/2008
I give my daughter just about everything..... puffs, wheels, zwiebacks, meats, cheeses, fruits. You can buy the Munchkin bags - they sell them at Target, Walmart, BRU, BuyBuyBaby... everywhere - they are the mesh bag, and you can put foods on the inside of the mesh bag, and close it up and the baby can chomp away!
Judy - posted on 11/05/2008
Baked potato, bits of veggie or meat burgers/patties, toast, cheerios, stewed beef, well-cooked carrots, kiwi. I was *really* nervous about the finger food until another parent told me jokingly "start with the cheerios- don't worry- even if it gets stuck in his throat, he can breath through the little cheerio hole!"
Ana - posted on 11/04/2008
There are these organic teething bars that I give my daughter. She just sucks on them. They also encourage her to hold the food and put it in her mouth herself. You can find them in any grocery store in the baby food section. I think they are called natures own or something like that. I also give her the gerber puffs
B. P. - posted on 11/04/2008
My son has no teeth also. I give him gerber puffs, soft soy cheese (he's allergic to dairy), small pieces of bread, canned veggies because they are really soft like peas, beans & carrots, Baby Mum Mum rice husk crackers (walmart & Hy-vee sell them), Banana cut small, bits of chicken or ground beef from our dinners. Basiclly whatever I feel is small and soft. I even peel grapes them cut them into little pieces sometimes. Hope that helps!
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