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    Our eldest was trying to eat our food when he was 3 months, so we held him off solids until 4 months and just started slowly with basic foods. Whereas our other two were able to start at 5.5-6months without showing that they needed it earlier. We always joke that our eldest came out eating steak and talking!

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    Thanks so much everyone, I will give him a taste and see what he thinks

    Atropos, I saw the 'sitting unaided' point a bit and was worried, but then I realised I think I've read it incorrectly.
    It's been a while between babies and couldn't remember the age my DDs sat on their own, and kept thinking that sitting unaided meant actual sitting up on the floor without any support. But then I thought does it mean sitting upright WITH support? Like sitting on your lap, in a highchair or bumbo (like DS) on his own, and with head and neck control? Sorry, but brain is a bit frazzled

    He has toys to chew and throw on his tray lol, and has one of DDs old Heinz soft spoons he loves to chew on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamaof4 View Post
    Thanks so much everyone, I will give him a taste and see what he thinks

    Atropos, I saw the 'sitting unaided' point a bit and was worried, but then I realised I think I've read it incorrectly.
    It's been a while between babies and couldn't remember the age my DDs sat on their own, and kept thinking that sitting unaided meant actual sitting up on the floor without any support. But then I thought does it mean sitting upright WITH support? Like sitting on your lap, in a highchair or bumbo (like DS) on his own, and with head and neck control? Sorry, but brain is a bit frazzled

    He has toys to chew and throw on his tray lol, and has one of DDs old Heinz soft spoons he loves to chew on.
    Yes if he can sit with a bit of support and has good head control etc

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