Re: First solids and constipation issues...
I'd say it's borderline. Small, putty-like, hard enough that you could pick it up without getting poop on your fingers- that's all very constipation-y. If she seems to be in discomfort or pain when pooping, or the frequency starts to decree to less than one per day, I'd talk to the pediatrician. Hopefully you won't get there. Push the "P" fruits (peaches, pears, aPricots, plums) and other soft fruits (blueberries and cherries are especially good) and decrease her intake of apples (the pectin in the peel is used for making jams and jellies firm up, and can have the same effect on poop), cheese, white bread, and rice.
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