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    Default Increasing solids

    My lo is nearly 5 months and I have started one tablespoon of farex at dinner time just two days ago. She loves it and cries when it's gone. I plan to start veggie purées in a few days. When do I increase quantities and when do I move to two and then three meals a day?

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    When I started weaning my son a couple months ago I just went off his vibe. If he cried because it was done then I would give him more. If he wouldn't open his mouth then he was done.
    We had some issues at the start where he wouldn't eat what I made him so I bought him jars and sachets. They were about 125g.
    At 6 and a half months he was having breakfast (porridge and a little bit of fruit), lunch (savoury and sweet) and dinner (savoury and sweet).


 

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