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    Default Solids - what to try next

    My DS is 21 weeks and so far enjoys rice cereal, carrot, sweet potato, broccoli, peas and apple. Looking for suggestions of what we should try next?

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    Have you tried zucchini?DS absolutley loves it! Hes had everything your bubba has had but also pear, mango, a bit of yoghurt, lentils, cous cous..Ill come back when I think of more

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    Those sound great, do I need to wait till he's 6 months before trying yoghurt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by giggle berry View Post
    Those sound great, do I need to wait till he's 6 months before trying yoghurt?
    I waited until 6 months but I think some people have given it a little earlier. I just wasnt sure if it would give him a belly ache so I left it till then just in case

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    Just thought of something else.. Avocado!

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    Any verges really.. Potato, pumpkin, cauliflower. Pears are good too

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    I would wait until 6 months for any dairy/meat etc , stick with easy to digest fruit/veg as you do not want to upset his little tummy!
    I read there were certain veggies /grains not recommended to give babies under 6 months as they are harder to digest and can cause gas/bloating:
    Corn
    Wheat
    Beans
    Broccoli
    Asparagus
    Cauliflower

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    instead of giving rice cereal/farex, i'd crush up weetbix really fine, and make it up with his milk and heat it up a bit so it's warm... then i'd put a bit of fruit puree in it, and he loved it!! eventually with veggies being pureed, i'd cook up a pack of chicken noodles pasta, but finely crushed as well, strain it, mix it together with the veg puree, and add a touch of milk (so it's not too gluggy) and also put a triangle of the laughing cow cheese in it... and mash it in..

    hes such a greedy guts. by the time he was 10 months old, he would have 2 weetbix for brekkie.

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    Thanks guys, some great suggestions! We'll have great fun trying them


 

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