Baby's First Food - RJ's Officially on Solid Foods.

I’m not sure if I mentioned this a few weeks ago or not, but RJ is officially on his first real food: oatmeal! It’s recommended that you start your baby on cereal – or their first solid foods – around four months because babies sometimes aren’t ready to start chewing {gumming?} their food until that point. RJ was ahead of thatmilestone: he showed all of the signs of being ready for his first solid foods, including being the right size. Seven ounces of formula wasn’t sustaining him long enough, and I couldn’t give him more than that at a feeding because it was simply too much liquid on his belly...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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