Re: Do any blw babies develop any eating problems at all?
My DD had mostly purees and mashed foods in the beginning. We early on started giving her some finger foods, as well, so she'd get used to both. She seemed a lot less picky with the purees -- and I was able to give her a better variety. But a month or two ago she hated being spoon fed (except for breakfast) so we stopped trying with that. Now she throws most everything on the floor and goes through the usual phases babies have: can't get enough squash for a week then hates it, then loves it again. So I don't think BLW causes problems, I think babies can be picky. But for us, it's a little tougher now to get her to eat what we're eating. She loved lentils pureed with vegetables and yogurt, for example. But now I've been making lentil burgers for the family, hoping it would work for her, and won't eat them. I usually give her three foods (the last option usually crackers or puffs), and if each one ends up on the floor, she's done.
Mom to my sweet little "Pooper," born 10/12/11, and "Baby Brother," born 6/23/2014, and married to heavy metal husband. Working more than full-time, making healthy vegetarian meals for family, and trying to keep up with exercise routine.