food

Joanne - posted on 03/12/2009 ( 3 moms have responded )

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what type of foods is everyone finding babies from ten month will eat

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Rachel - posted on 03/13/2009

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my sons favorite snack is nilla waffers, hes CRAZY about them, its like as soon as he sees the box hes following me to his chair

Cindy - posted on 03/13/2009

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Hi

My daughter was completely onto "grown up" food by the time she was 11 months old. With the exception of her rice cereal for breakfast. At this point if your child has enough teeth and can chew you can pretty much feed almost anything. I found at that age my daughter really liked canned stew, bananas, yogurt and chef boyardee. She was in a phase where that was all she really would eat. I would just keep trying different things to see what your child likes and doesn't. As well if your child doesn't like something you offer, then try it again in a few weeks because he/she might decide they like it after all. The only things you should try to avoid are things like eggs, peanut butter or any type of nuts, hard cheeses(may cause constipation), raisins,berries, grapes, olives,hard raw veggies and fruit or popcorn. Those are all foods that may be a concern for allergies or choking hazards. Other than that anything else is pretty much alright to try.
Just remember that you are responsible for what your child eats and when and where he/she eats. It's your responsibility to establish a healthy pattern of meals and snacks,.

Also your child will decide how much and whether to eat! His/her appetite will vary from day to day, but he/she will eat what they need. As well an occasional meal skipped is not a cause for concern.
These are things I have learned so please do not take my advice as any sort of lecture.
I wish you and your family all the best! Take care!

Dawn - posted on 03/13/2009

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my son is 9 months and he eats a lot of what i eat. mac and cheese, spaghetti o's, soft, cooked veggies ( peas, green beans, carrots), potatoes, chicken, cheerios, crackers. when feeding solids just watch carefully to see what they cn chew and not choke on.

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