OK, so we started feeding our 6 month old solids. I thought it would be "fun," but it's turned out to be more work than I imagined. Several sources I've read claim that at 6 months you must introduce solids because your breastmilk no longer produces the amount of iron that your baby needs. So far, (on a good day) my LO will eat bananas, sweet potatoes, pears, or carrots--none of which contain ANY iron. So, my question is... is the need for iron thing a load of crap, or do I need to be feeding her something different in the way of solids?