LO will be six months this week, and she's been showing all the signs that she's ready for solids. In most of the reading I've done, they recommend doing it earlier in the day as not to disrupt sleep patterns and also to wait about an hour after nursing. However, I work full time so evenings are really the only daily time that I have time to sit and work with her, and we often only have an hour or so before she falls asleep.
Mom's who work, did you use the evening feeding for introducing foods? Did you wait an hour after nursing, or nurse and then try foods at the same "sitting"? Did you find it disrupted sleep? (Although, she still often wakes 2, sometimes 3 times a night, so really how much more disrupted can I get )
I usually nurse when we get home around 6, and then if she hasn't fallen asleep by 7:30, will usually nurse again and then she goes to bed. I'm pumping 4x during work and she takes 4 bottles of 5 oz each, so overall eats about 8 - 9 times a day. Thanks!