Ok, I started giving Aaron solids about 3 weeks ago. His poops are really different than I would have imagined. You know how let's say an adult pooped in a diaper right now (sorry, gross) I'd imagine the poop would kind of squish against your butt in the diaper and be a bit moist. Kind of like if you accidentally step on a dog's poop in the park when it is fresh and it smashes onto your shoe. (still gross, sorry!) Well, Aaron's poops aren't like that. They're not peanut butter consistency and they're not like adult poop. They're firm, like it just peels away from his butt and is in the form of a ball when I take his diaper off. If I wanted to (which I don't!!) I could roll it up and play with it like play dough. Is this normal for newly solid fed babies? Does this mean he's not getting enough fluids? He's been eating a lot of solid food, and he still drinks a lot of breast milk and a tiny bit of water, too. I just didn't picture this, I pictured more like peanut butter poop.