While fish is supposed to be very very good for you (Omega 3's and all) I've heard that babies and young children are supposed to have a very limited amount of fish do to mercury contamination in fish...and pollution...even here in the land of 10,000 lakes there are recommendations about how much freshwater fish should be eaten...its right in the DNR booklet you get with your fishing license, and it has recommendations for pregnant and nursing moms and small children all the way up to adults by the number of times per week eating fish is safe for each individual.
This is a pretty intense article that talks about fish consumption and the pregnant woman. It does breastfeeding, and infants, and is by mercola.
Here's another one that talks about the FDA's new recommendations also not being strict enough like the Mercola article. http://www.ewg.org/reports/FocusPocu...endations.html
There's also this article that talks about fish recommendations http://www.iom.edu/Object.File/Maste...rt%20Brief.pdf
Finally, www.askdrsears also has alot of info regarding fish...but his info seems to all be about the benefits of fish and omega 3's...and doesn't mention the amount of servings that are actually safe to eat per week due to mercury and pollution contamination. In fact, his serving size is 6 oz., where some of the above resources recommed a 4 oz. serving instead.
We actually are waiting on the fish...we could probably try it occasionally, but we're considering the Omega 3 vitamins Dr. Sears recommends instead.