6 month old - whats everyone eating??

Shannon - posted on 01/02/2010 ( 88 moms have responded )

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Hey everyone! I'm new to Circle of Moms and this is actually my first question!
So my daughter turned 6 months old on Christmas, and she's been eating stage 1 foods for a couple months now. I tried the meat, and she just gags everytime i give it to her. Should I keep trying? Also, should I switch her to the stage 2? and does anybody have an opinion of what brand of solids i should use? because im using beechnut at the moment, and i keep seeing a lot about the gerber. Maybe it would help if i could just get an idea of what everyone elses little ones are eating now! Thanks so much! ♥ - Shannon

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Beth - posted on 01/10/2010

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Hi there fellow mommies! This may not be a popular opinion, but I don't agree with giving an infant solids before 6 months. 6 months is a good age to introduce stage 1 foods. My husband and I read medical research and more is being published stating that is where many children and adults developed allergies - introducing foods to their system that they're bodies weren't intended to digest yet. Large proteins (cows milk and meats) are especially difficult for a child under the age of 1 to digest. If you're nursing, breastmilk provides all the nutrients an infant needs, some research shows up to one year. I know, it goes against conventional wisdom and the advice of some pediatricians, but keep in mind, 30 years ago most doctors and nurses were appalled when women wanted to breastfeed and discouraged it saying it was unsanitary. My son is 7 months, and we just started him on fruits and veggies last week. He's never been sick and has the happiest disposition. Hope I didn't step on any toes, just trying to help :-)

Melody - posted on 01/08/2010

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My daughter turned 6 months on dec22 she's been on food/cereal since 4 months. Her 4 month check up the pediatrician said to try food if she didn't get it wait a few days and try again but she took right to it so at 5 months she recommended to put her on stage 2 which she liked better because it was thicker and more varieties. At her 6 month check up because she's sitting and feeds herself gerber puffs and things the dr recommended stage 3 and she said to give her a sippy cup with an oz of water or more if wanted with each meal and to up to 3 meals a day. She's considered an advanced feeder so she also said to try crackers, cheerios, toast, cheese, grilled cheese etc. I was given a layout of how/when to try. I'm surprised that all peds drs don't do what mine does and gives advice on eating/sleeping/milestones etc... and I was going to make my own food for her but when I started feeding her I bought the organic from gerber but then realized when I read the labels that beechnut has no additives just the food and water where gerber had additives in a lot of there's so I stick with beechnut plus they have more options I think I do buy gerber if it has no additives and is somrthing she likes. The only thing my daughter will not eat is green beans she screamed when I gave it to her but I did try a few more times and the same thing. Your little one may be gagging because she's ready for thicker foods that's what mine does on thinner foods. You can always ask you dr but mommas know best and it seems like you already know she can go on stage 2. Good luck

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Heidi - posted on 01/12/2010

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My daughter just turned 6 months on the 28th of December, she is eating just about anything that i do! Only small tastes of course, but im introducing things everyday she loves just about anything i give her! I make my own baby food also, so i couldnt help you with the brands, i would move up to stage twos though! But its all in what you are comfortable with!

Gemma - posted on 01/12/2010

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my lil girl is 7 months now and she has never liked jared food and has always eaten the hienz box meals you can get from 4-6 months and 7+ and then on from they and she on stage 2 stuff to i like the packet stuff because it is a foil bag and keep for longer and i can average 5 meals out of one box plus they a few meals you can get to so she always has variety

Vernesia - posted on 01/12/2010

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i honestly prefer gerber,and my son is 6mold and he eats st2 foods and he also eats the gerber puffs there like little cereals and he looooves them and i like them because they desolve as soon as they get wet.and as far as the meats if you mix something like applesauce or bananas with it she probably will like it better thats what i had to do bcuz if you jus stop she wont eat any thing but the sweet foods..!!so good luck i hope this is helpful

Rebecca - posted on 01/12/2010

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Wow well congrats girly! I to have a daughter that just turned 6 months on Christmas.
My daughter gagged on the beach nut brand stage two as well but she loves the Gerber stage two! Every baby is different, its like hit or miss! She will deff let you kno what she like so just try the Gerber and if she doesnt like it then try the next brand, but they also say that the baby might not like it the first time or the second and maybe by the third time she will. Also try this, if you make her bottle warm make the baby food the same temp bc my daughter will gag when its not warm enough.
Good luck to you and your beautiful baby girl!

Casi - posted on 01/11/2010

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Well, i dont think that i would be much help to you because my little one is 7 months old and he eats pretty much anything he wants, besides milk, eggs, nuts and stuff like that.

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Everyone chastised me for waiting until six months to really start trying to give him solids. And I still don't have a regular schedule because our lives are hectic. At five months I did rice cereal some and he likes that ok, but no matter what I give him he acts interested maybe a minute and turns away. I'm not rushing him. If he doesn't want to eat just yet, that is fine. However, when we eat he wants what we have! So I make him something, thinking he may eat and he turns away and refuses. Our pediatrician said to give him green vegetables first and at least three days of only that one vegetable so it would be easier to rule out an allergy. He's had green beans and peas. I've not moved on to anything else yet, because he has acted kind of interested in more peas so I want to encourage him. Nobody on his dad's side really likes any healthy vegetables so I'm trying to do what I can to foster a love for green!

Adrienne - posted on 01/11/2010

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My son is now 8 months old and he has tried cereal, oatmeal, fruits and vegetables already, as well as, some meats he didn't to much care for. My daughter is 5 and she was the same as far as food goes. He also enjoys small finger foods to practice bringing them to his mouth. Of course he makes a huge mess, but that is how they learn. ;-) However, I prefer "Natures Goodness" brand. It has less sugar and is also less expensive if you are currently not on WIC.

Sonia - posted on 01/11/2010

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Hi there! My son is a bout to turn 7 months and I give him stage 2 foods..I give him the beecnut brand as well. To me I feel like there is more variety..I also mix his cereal with formula and add fruit for breakfast. I do also make some of his food too. All you can do is try..if the gag or don't like it, try again in a few days

Danielle - posted on 01/10/2010

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thanks a lot... she likes meat bt i dont feed it to her very often. she loves sweet potatoes and now oatmeal and apples. aplle sauce and banannas shes 21 pds. and i have a niece who will be 2 the 23rd of this month shes a little thing she only weighs 20 pds

Jessie - posted on 01/10/2010

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My little one has also (Celia) pretty much just been introduced to solids. We didn't start until she was practically 6 mos. Our pediatrician said he thought it was better for little ones to wait until almost 6 mos so they had better developed digestive systems. Anyway...she has tried squash, carrots, sweet potatoes, green beans and pears. She takes a few bites and is done. We only have used the Earths Best and I am going to start making my own soon. I agree not to worry...mine is a pretty picky eater...she eats when she hungry and she lets me know when shes had enough. Babies know!

Monetta - posted on 01/10/2010

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i started my son off with rice cereal when he was 4 months then moved on to oatmeal than i tried a week of bananas and so forth..they dont really like meats because they are thick so for now you should stick to fruits and vegatables and she is at the age for stage to but if you want to stick with stage 1 for a bit thats good to...hope this helps =)

Erin - posted on 01/10/2010

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My son will eat ANYTHING! He eats 2nd foods now with Gerber Oatmeal. the pediatrician said he can start eating "soft" table food. The other day my husband and I went to Weber Grill and I gave him some bread, cornbread, and pulled pork. He loved it all. Of course I had to watch him like a hawk and give him "small" pieces, but he was a big fan. He is like his daddy and NOT a picky eater. Hope that continues:)

Grace - posted on 01/09/2010

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Hi :D my son is now 7 months old and I was told to base there eating on how they are eating and sleeping... It is totally up the you as to what u feed her! I've heard of some ppl who don't give there babies baby food or cereal till almost a year! Mu son was eating a four oz bottle every hour at two months so I started cereal and then at three months I started stage one, but he HATED the stage one so at 4 months I switched to stage 2 and now he's eating stage 2 and 3.
I hope this helped!!
Have a great day! ~ Grace

Kelly - posted on 01/09/2010

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my son is also 6 months and he's on stage 2 beech nut and oatmeal cereal, i find that he doesn't have any problems with beechnut but you could use the gerber it's the same stuff. If she gags it might be the texture of it that she's not used too. maybe try watering it down a little then try again. If she gags a second time then just keep her on the fruits and veggies..Hope that helps..let me know how it goes

Sherry - posted on 01/09/2010

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Gavin was 6 months on Dec 29th. he was eating rice and oatmeal cereal and stage 1's - gerber organic. I tried a few stage 2's this week and he did good with them. yesterday and today he had meat for the 1st time and he ate it all. My daughter (who is now 2 1/2) rarely would even eat babyfood and by the time she did she was onto table food, so I am enjoying being able to feed him all the different kinds!

Danielle - posted on 01/09/2010

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i dont blame u... there are some foods cayleigh just dont like my mother n law says to put a pinch of salt n vegies if they are bland n a pinch of sugar in fruits if they are sour like apples. and usually i do brown sugar its healthier and she will eat the apples if i do that she absolutely loves sweet potatoes so im happy about that. but its all up to you about doctoring up the food. but i dont think it hurt s them. good luck with feeding and to your sweet little one danielle

CARRIE - posted on 01/09/2010

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My son will be 7 months on the 10th and he eats 2nd foods. I also make some of my own stuff at home which he likes way better than the store bought stuff. He like sweet potatoes and bananas the best. In the morning I mix oatmeal cereal with some fruit and he loves that. I am now trying to teach him to drink from a sippy cup.

When I started I tried both Beechnut and Gerber. He would make a gagging noise and spit out the Beechnut. He also does this no matter what the brand is if he just doesn't like the food. He hates the meats or any combo with meat in it. He doesn't like the rice cereal either. I tried all the 1st foods on him but, he didn't want any of them. So I started making my own in the flavors offered by the 1st foods. He loved it. When he was familiar with all those flavors I tried the second foods. I think he likes them better because you get more variety and combinations of flavors.

Samantha - posted on 01/09/2010

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make it urself!!!!! it way cheaper and u know exactly wat in the food. iv given her everything except green veges and meat. gud tip puree the meat in processor put in ice cubes and grate into the veges shel start to like it gradually add more meat less vege i also add abit of plain farrex rice to her veges for added iron

Shannon - posted on 01/09/2010

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What a double coinsedence, my name is Shannon & my daughter turned 6 months Christmas day also. My daughter has only been eating her vegtables for a week now. We give Gerber but my ped. says they really are all about the same. Keep trying the meat but try a different kind or brand. She may not be ready for them yet though. Maybe just wait a week or so. Every baby has there own schedule as we all well know.

Tiffany - posted on 01/09/2010

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My kiddo is 6 and a 1/2 months old and our dr. said to start him on a different stage one food once a week. I've been reading everyone's posts and I don't see anyone that did that. She said one different one per week to make sure he isn't allergic and to start with yellow veggies then go from there. I really want to try some more types of food but I'm scared of allergies. Has anyone experienced allergic reactions to any foods??

Alicia - posted on 01/09/2010

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Hi Shannon, my little girl is almost 7 months now and she has been eating solids for about a month and a half. My advise, make all your own baby foods. You save so much money. You can mix all different types of things together and use fresh fruit, veg and meat. My daughter loves it. My daughter gags sometimes too. I've heard that babies loose their appetite when they are teething so that's all the gagging is about. I keep persisting. Maybe instead of 3 meals a day try spacing out 6 smaller meals a day. Hope this was useful :) Goodluck

Chantel - posted on 01/08/2010

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Hi, my daughter will be 7 months on the 13th of Jan. She is eating 2nd stage jar foods. She has her formula before each meal because she has refused her bottle when I was doing it after. Right now she has her formula (6-7oz) then her fruit (variety) which could be the jar or mashed up bananas. Lunch is veggies/meat with fruit but formula first and same for supper. She will also have a bottle in between on ocassion but always a bottle an hr or two after supper and one before bed. I think she justs want the one before bed to suck on something and yes Ive tried pacifiers and she can not be bothered. She eats whole jars so Im thinking she might be ready for a little more. I did have her on cereal but she has refused to eat it lately and gags, I wont force it. She loves her biscuits but because she has two teeth in the front she chews into them and a big chunk will be in her mouth and it horrifies me that she will choke. She wants real food so bad that she stares at us eat and it makes me feel so bad that I will go in another room or give her little pieces of it. After reading what most of you have written though about what you feed your children maybe I should try her on our food but clearly made for her.

Misty - posted on 01/08/2010

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Well I never started my child on stage 1 because I didn't even realize there were stages, she has been eating stage 2 and it's fine. I give her both beechnut and gerber, just depends on what sounds good as far as the food goes, not the brand. Is she crawling? Mine is doing the inch worm thing, trying to get her confident in crawling.

Kimberly - posted on 01/08/2010

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My daughter is 7 months tomorrow and for the past three months she has been eating first foods we just started 2nd single foods no combination of foods. she is allergic to apples or pears and we haven't figured it out yet. She hates cereal so i have to mix a teaspoon into her food. she gagged a few times and threw up. I would say try a few times but then is it really worth it. Megan would throw up all the milk she just drank while nursing which is irreplaceable at that time and i wasnt having it anymore

Amelia - posted on 01/08/2010

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hey there i have no idea what gerber or beechnut is, but here in new zealand we just go to the supermarket and get a whole range of foods and try our 6 months old son on them. that way he'll let us know what he likes and what he doesnt, and im also able to tell wether he has an allergic reaction to anything. when giving her meat try and put greens in (like broccoli and beans and that sort of thing) in that way she will be able to taste the veges (or fruit) but not the meat and u'l be giving her the iron she needs! hop[e i have helped you.

Anna - posted on 01/08/2010

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i'm still enjoying breastfeeding my 7th month old, but he is enjoying everything i give him, he gets watered down baby juice once a day, we've done the gerber and still working on 1 thing a week to see if he is allergic. but we've tried almost every stage 1, so once we've tried everything in stage on is when we're going to stage 2. But i'm really strict on him only getting 1 new thing a week, just in case he is allergic. But it's all on how your lil one responds. Why not? Try it? if he or she likes it, then go for it, if you thing she is ready do it! i like gerber, but every mom is different! It's what you see best!

Jovan - posted on 01/08/2010

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Quoting Celia:

Am I in the minority? My daughter is barely on solids, we just started almost 2 weeks ago. She eats maybe a couple of bites and that's it. We have only tried sweet potatoes, apple sauce and peas. She just doesn't seem to be interested. With that said, I am not worried about it. She'll eat more when she's ready.



My daughter will be 7 months on the 10th and she dont like food either! Its soo hard! Shell take like a bite then she gags and wont eat it again.

Candice - posted on 01/08/2010

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also i say vegetables first cause most kids once they eat fruits dont want them just rember when u where a kid what would u pick first id take fruits befor vegtables even to this day

Candice - posted on 01/08/2010

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hi my daughter was also 6 months on christmas and i just started feeding her food now thats she old enough and i feed her the cerals by nestle and i feed her the vegtable can foods from heniz and imean once ur child starts actually chewwing not just sucking and swallowing then u can switch to the food with chunks in it and if they dont eat it maybe they arent ready or just dont like that kind its always okay to try other kinds and if that dont work i would just wait a little while and try again down the road.

Danielle - posted on 01/08/2010

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well... i wld try fruits 1st that seems to be the easiest my cayleigh loves banannas and apple sauce. then go from there

Melissa - posted on 01/08/2010

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Hi, my baby is 7 months and I was told don't give her anything to eat yet !!!



What should be giving her ? Can you please assist !!!

Danielle - posted on 01/08/2010

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well...yeah stick to what your doc says and so do the rest of us if your baby can handle it then fine if not... fine to! it all depends on the baby. good luck to you and yours also!

Emma - posted on 01/08/2010

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Due to my sons sensitive tummy I only recently started him on solids, right before christmas he was 6mo. Since then though, he devours his cereal and veggies but isn't too sure what to make of fruits lol I did try him on some cereal when he was 4 mo but that ended in a host of tummy problems and 3am screaming fits so needless to say we stopped and when I re-introduced cereal I switched from Rice to Oatmeal/Rice and he has handled it alot better. He gets his veggies/fruit at around 11:30am and his cereal around 7pm. But even in the past few weeks I've had to stop it for a day or two to let his tummy settle back down (screaming fits again) On the advice from our doctor do not rush, take your time and even if he eats just a little here and there nothing to worry about. I just use Gerber first foods and will be moving him to more a variety once we are done experimenting with the basics.

Michelle - posted on 01/08/2010

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Wow, I'm with Ember Thomas...I'm shocked at some of the foods some of you are feeding your little one! I'm sticking to my doctor's recommendations and adjusting that to what my daughter can handle. She has always had a very sensitive digestive system so I have no plans to rush her food intake! Her Formula is her main source of nutrition so the food is not something I need to force on her. She seems to really like all the veggies and fruits and is only picky about the cereal so we stick with oatmeal. No plans to start meat until we see her doctor again and he says it's OK. We haven't even done Cheerios yet because she hasn't mastered her pincers yet...when she gets that finger/thumb working well and picking little things up then we will hit the Cheerios. Again, what the doctor recommends! Good luck to all of you starting your babes on food. :-)

Danielle - posted on 01/08/2010

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hi the meats and vegies my daughter eats are from gerber baby foods and are meant for her age. from the time she was little she was always more hungry even after she ate formula. Her pediatrician recomended that she eat baby foods and that she cld start them at 4 months. it all depends on the baby and what they are ready to do. just like some babies set up crawl walk speak ect before others. we are not in a rush with our babies it is what is right for them. and i dont mean to sound mean but we know what they want and what they need. your baby is beautiful and im sure you know what he is capable of eating and doing. thatnks

Ember - posted on 01/08/2010

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Wow the food you feed your children is astonishing.... my son is 7 months old and only eats oatmeal, rice, and barley cereal and peas and carrots. And he only started carrots 4 days ago. Why are you in such a rush to have your babies grow up? lol I'm not trying to come off as judgemental but that doesnt seem healthy to me... you're not supposed to start milk until 1 year so why yogurt and cheese etc? It's not recommended to start solids until 6 months yet most of you are already feeding your kids that age things I would barely find appropriate for a 1 year old... I dont understand why youre in such a rush.. Theyre just babies....

Danielle - posted on 01/07/2010

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i use gerber and also i let my cayleigh eat stage 1 and 2 it all depends on the texture i ussually just see if its easy for her to. i tried my daughter on meats also and she dont like them but i talked to a woman on this site that says that she mixes her meat w/ vegies so im going to give it a try. danielle

Allyson - posted on 01/07/2010

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I had the same problem with the gagging when my son was little, because it really tastes like crap! I haven't tried any meats on my little girl yet (she's almost 7 months). So far she is way more open to new tastes than her brother was. I've already tried some of the stage 2, and to respond to brands, go Gerber. It's really not much more expensive and the little plastic containers are useful for other things sometimes. I hope this was of some help.

Elizabeth - posted on 01/07/2010

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If your daughter has already been eating stage 1 for a while and she seems to want more food, then I would move her to stage 2. When it comes to meat, my suggestion is to use the meats that already mixed with a fruit or vegetable, or you can mix them yourself. My daughter eats the meat only when it's mixed with something else.

Melanie - posted on 01/07/2010

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My daughter just turned 7 months on Jan 2, and we are feeding her finger foods (we are using the BLW method). So far, we are just feeding her any vegetable or meat that we can cut into "finger" sized shapes. We started out with just veggies (asparagus, brocolli, carrot, etc) and are now adding beef and chicken. We didn't feed her any purees and only tried the rice cereal once before switching to blw (baby led weaning). If you're ready to give up control, you can let her grab food off of your plate. No need for purees or stage 1/stage 2 stuff. It's so much easier just letting her eat relatively normal food (and my pediatrician recommends it to boot!).

Vaishali - posted on 01/07/2010

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For my 7 month old;
10-11am: Veg soup (spinach, beetroot, sweet potato, white potato, squash, tomato) a combination of any of these veggies spiced with unsalted butter (ghee), turmeric, ginger, and mint leaves.
1-2pm: Brown rice and lentil cereal with some mashed fruit (banana, sapota, papaya) or lentil soup
4-5pm - Fruit sauce (apple-carrot, apple-pear, or apple/pear with carrot)
7pm - Semolina cooked in milk/water + jaggery + unsalted butter with a mashed fruit.
Spices - cinnamon, cardamom, turmeric, jaggery, ginger, mint, cumin...
Rest of the times, it's breast milk only. He hates formula milk or drinking with the bottle. Trying hard to give him one meal with the bottle, let's see how far I succeed.

Elise - posted on 01/06/2010

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Hi Shannon,
Has she tried everything in stage 1? (space them out to make sure there are no allergies) If so, I'd say def try the stage 2 (its not much thicker).. don't rush..she'll come around on the meat in her own time (or like many other babies eww, meat-baby food) My daughter didn't like it, but eats meat like crazy now (age 6) ^_^ Go with your instinct, they're fine.
Also, about the brand, use what makes you feel makes you feel most comfortable.

Ana Marta - posted on 01/06/2010

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My daughter has just turned 6 m.o.. We have started on solids about 3 weeks ago because the breast milk was starting not to be enough. I started with just a little bit of organic rice cereal at lunch and continued breastfeeding.

Then she started to be more hungry so I started giving her the rice cereals also at dinner. Slowly, I started introducing new flavors.

She now has breast milk for breakfast, rice cereals as middle morning snack, fruit "soup" for lunch, breast milk for middle afternoon and vegetable soup for dinner.

The flavors she has had so far are, carrots, butternut squash, potatoes, broccoli, sweet potatoes, courgette, parsnip, peas, apple, pear, plum, banana and melon.

I know every baby has it's own rhythm and I wouldn't try to push it. We haven't tried any meat or fish yet and I think is too soon for that. And if we try and she doesn't want it... then it's because it's not the time yet.

Sometimes she's more hungry then others and we just respect that. When she's had enough we never insist.

ALL her food is home made. It's really easy, takes no time and it's a lot cheaper! Once a week I boil and liquidize (not too runny) the veggies and fruit (except for bananas, melon and very ripe pears - I don't boil them) she's already eating. After cooling, I freeze it it ice cube trays. When frozen, I take the cubes out and store them in boxes with labels stating date and what's in it. This way, she can have a different combination everyday.

For recipes I use mainly http://www.annabelkarmel.com/recipes

Paula - posted on 01/06/2010

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I do the food myself, boil up potatoes nad veg then liquidise it....freeze it in silicon tray and pop 1 feed out a day:-) I wouldn't try giving meat this early especially if she's gagging ;-0

Anne - posted on 01/06/2010

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I like Earths best as well, the ingredients are just organic whatever and water. I have only tried the rice cereal and the pears.

Kelli - posted on 01/06/2010

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hey so my daughter is about to turn 7mos. Not sure if it makes a difference but i stopped breast feeding a month ago because she didnt want to eat that way anymore. So I started giving her baby food about 3 weeks ago and she does occasionally make the cringing face and the gag act but i think it is because she is still learning. Every bite she takes suprises her and she makes a bitter face.She really loves pear baby food and since she can flip between 1st and 2nd foods, I mix her baby oatmeal with the can of pear baby food. I do use gerber mainly but I have also used several other kinds of cheap off brands. I feed her baby food two times a day. Hang in there, your little one will get the hang of it!

Anne - posted on 01/06/2010

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My 6 month old is only eating a little bit of solids. I try to give him cereal everyday, and he has tried applesauce and carrots, seems to like the applesauce best :)
Doctor recommended giving veggies first so they will eat them, instead of fruits. So I am trying to do more veggies, but we'll see how it goes. He still likes his bottle.

Michelle - posted on 01/06/2010

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My daughter Parker was 6 months on December 15th. We saw her doctor on the 17th and he has her on Stage 2 fruits and veggies only and no meats! He said no meats until about 9 months. She can also have multigrain or barley cereal but she only likes oatmeal so we haven't changed her cereal. She hates the multi and the rice cereals! We use Gerber brand only and we use the organics when we can. She really likes all the fruits and veggies, no issues with anything! I would say talk with your baby's doctor about what you should feed and when to start meats. Good luck!

Anne - posted on 01/06/2010

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My daughter gagged on the meat too. I started mixing it in with her cereal and veggies and she ate it fine. I give my daughter just about any brand. The Target brand ones are nice from time to time because the plastic containers they come in have a really good seal, so they are great for reusing. You can try just about any food with her right now too. It's amazing what all babies can eat even without teeth. Just make sure they are mushy and in small pieces. Have fun!

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