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  1. mar says – reply to this


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    Re: Capt Cornhlio – How dare you. You seriously have one life to live and you're going to call an innocent baby names. Who the F are you? Extreemely insecure. He is a beautiful child and obviously you dont have any. He is eating solids too early in my opinion but not a reason to attack a nice person. Get a real problem ya piece of shit.

  2. ... says – reply to this


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    Re: mar – spell check is really great, try it someday.

  3. annieoo says – reply to this


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    avocado…yum & good for him! however, you should puree the food…(& introduce everything!) it's easier to digest & the babe has no teeth!
    He is sweet!

  4. marythemerfairy says – reply to this


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    OMG this kid is beaming with healthiness! I think its sexy the way u say avocado.

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Buy a nutri bullet and puree/blend your veggies, potatoes, meat, fruit for the little guy. It's a little early for pieces, as they simply can't cough up well enough yet if one gets stuck. You can then freeze the batch in ice cube trays and then freezer bag them, and then take out one, or two and then later, three and warm them and presto. You can use the nutri bullet for yourself, too. They. Are. Awesome.

  6. @v@ says – reply to this


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    I don't know how you feel about fortified baby cereals, but they like them, and you can give him a spoon later and watch the fun as he tries to hit his mouth.

  7. Kimberley says – reply to this


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    Perez… the one piece of advice I will give you as one parent to another. DO NOT LISTEN TO WHAT OTHERS THINK IS BEST FOR YOUR CHILD!!! You are his Daddy, you decide what is right for him and for you. Avocado is a perfect first solid, its not too hard and gums are surprisingly tough when biting (anyone bitten by a gummy infant can tell you that).

  8. 4dayrule says – reply to this


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    You should really stick to the same food for 3-4 days before introducing a new food. That way, if your baby has an allergy to something, you will know what caused it, as it can take up to 3 days before an allergy surfaces.

    To each their own though. Good luck with baby LED! I was always too scared to try that!