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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    In the last 3 years I have heard 'WHO are about to change the recommendation to 4 months' yet it still hasn't been changed which is why I would stick to 6 months especially with BLW
    yeah, cos it is just a rumour that the baby food companies are happy for people to repeat.

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    Default Re: Advice on introducing solids at 4 months

    Well you cant force a baby to eat, if they arent ready their tongue will push it out instead of down. I started my first a 4months, she was a big hungry baby and took to it immediately. My second showed no interest and didnt start til 5.5months. It is food, not a drug, they will all eatwhen they are ready, no rush and no point delaying if they want it.

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