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    Isnt it reccommended to only introduce one food at a time? Maybe u could try rice cereal for a couple of days, no issues, add some puree pumpkin. After a couple more days, try something else.

    Or avoid purees altogether and go the BLW route?

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    I would maybe try making my own purée/steamed veggies up for her to try, then at least you know exactly what is in it and it may be gentler on her little belly

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    I make up my own for my DD. separate icecube trays of pumpkin, potato, sweet potato, carrot etc (all blended into a purée) you can then just pick which cube you want to use (or mix some together) and you can add avocado or whatever you wish to it. Very easy to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumpkinears View Post
    I make up my own for my DD. separate icecube trays of pumpkin, potato, sweet potato, carrot etc (all blended into a purée) you can then just pick which cube you want to use (or mix some together) and you can add avocado or whatever you wish to it. Very easy to do.
    This is what I do with DS, if you dont want to go down the blw path just yet ofcourse. I just make puree up and I just mix 2 veggies together then put in an ice cube tray n pop them out as you go. For veggies I have given him sweet potato, pumpkin, broccoli and zucchini. As Peanuthead mentioned they say to try them with new foods every couple of days in case there is a reaction or they get a belly ache just so you can tell what the culprit was. I hope that helps Oh and I use a food processor to do it so they arent really much of a puree theyre more soft chunks.
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    Thanks everyone.

    Honestly I don't have many fresh vegies in the house right now ... overdue for a grocery shop! I had planned to try her out on canned food & then puree some of my own for her if she did ok. It must be the corn that's the issue. I'll get some real pumpkin today and give it a go, or avocado (if I can find a ripe one at the shops). I ordered some Weanmeister freezer trays for storing homemade purees on the weekend and I'm eagerly awaiting their arrival.

    Thanks for your suggestions. It will make it easier for me to choose some stuff when I'm grocery shopping today.


 

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