Hello! I'm a new follower from MBC. I am so glad to have found your blog. I am looking forward to reading more of your post. I would love for you to visit and follow back :) http://theblessedcouponer.com
Hi...I’m new to the Mom Blogger Club. I have a "Save a Life & Simple Reminder" Blog. I want to invite you & family/friends to check it out & if you decide it's something of interest, pass it on. www.mirrornote.com
I wanted to let you know that I am following you from Moms Blogger Club, "The Simply Follow" group. I am hoping when you get a chance you can follow me back at http://www.britneysbeautyblog.com and http://www.britneysbeautymark.com. Also, I would love to place a link to your site on my blog if you want to do the same with my blog on yours. Please let me know by sending me an email regarding this and it has been nice meeting you via the web.
For solids...the hospital gave me a calendar when I had my baby which showed me when to start feeding and how much and how often. I started baby rice cereal first at 6 months old. After a week I started adding vegetables. One new veggie every week. That way if there is an allergic reaction then I know what caused it. Then I added other cereals like baby oat cereal, and also fruit. At around 9 months old I started to chop up food, like small pieces of cooked apple. or small pieces of ripe banana...I also started giving a sippie cup with water at 6 months old. By the time my babies were around 9 months old I was able to get rid of the bottles completely. They were drinking formula from the sipper cup instead of the bottle. Hope that helps!
Hi Casey, I just wanted to welcome you to MBC.
I look forward to reading your blog. A little about me: I'm the mother of a VERY busy and very interesting toddler. I have a serious passion for cooking, reading, and Photoshop, all while trying to keep Lil' Man from destroying my house. I just relaunched my blog, and I'll be having my first giveaway soon! Please, feel free to stop by. I'd love to have you as a follower!
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