Just thought I'd share that my good old mom who is dying for me to give my 20 week old ds solids was over on Sunday and was holding him during dinner, and I looked over and there he was with a big chunk of bread in his hands and looking at it, thinking about what to do with it. I've never introduced anything yet. My mom played dumb about it. My husband was sitting closer to her and ripped the bread away (if he didn't, I would have!) and she said "oh I wasn't giving it to him, I didn't realize he was holding it". I just pretended to believe her because I wasn't interested in an argument, but how incredibly rude and inconsiderate to how I choose to do things. She said "couldn't he get oatmeal now?" and I said "he could, but he isn't" and that was the end of it. Then she said that chewing on bread is good for teething relief, and again I said "that may be, but he isn't getting any." I don't know whether to make an issue of this, of saying that it was rude of her to do that. Technically she introduced his first food, not me. She put solid food in his hands for the first time, even though he didn't eat it. She did this literally when I wasn't looking. Am I overreacting?