FRUIT FEEDERS

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Raye - posted on 02/03/2016

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The thing is... babies need either formula or breast milk ONLY until 6 months of age. Giving water, fruit juice, cereals, or other foods that the baby isn't ready to digest could be putting them at risk for malnutrition. Since these feeders are for use with other foods than breastmilk or formula, you should wait until after 6 months old to use.

Some of these feeders appear to be geared toward teething, and some appear to just provide some kind of food stuff as a pacifier type object. You should read the packaging and get the item that fits what you want to use it for. Never use these and leave the baby unattended or while putting the baby to bed. It's a definite choking hazard.

Katie - posted on 02/03/2016

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Yes you should if your baby starts the teething process where is is biting things all the time .

Chelsea - posted on 02/03/2016

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jus wanted to know if it's a gd idea but i was goin to gave it to him when he's 7mths

Raye - posted on 02/03/2016

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I would wait another month or so, at least.
Why do you want to give him the fruit feeders?

Raye - posted on 02/03/2016

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How old is your baby? Is the baby teething? What do the directions on the package say about how old the child should be to use them?

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