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  1. #1
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    Default Scared to feed solids

    I am scared of feeding solids to dd2. I love bf more than I expected. I feed her about one 4oz jar a day (2 different meals) and let her nurse on demand (about 7 times 10min each). I can not remember for the life of me how much I fed dd1 and ds at 6months. I do not like give her cereal she just does not enjoy as much as her jar foods.

    Am I hurting her by not feeding her more food. I do not see my ped until 3/11 of course I am going to call her for help.
    Becky ~ 33 Dh ~ 37 (my little geek of geeks)
    Dd1 ~ Brittney 5yrs aka Bunny
    Ds ~ Xander 3yrs aka Xaxu
    Dd2 ~ Bailie 1yr aka Dede

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    Default Re: Scared to feed solids

    You're not hurting her by giving her mostly bm - not at all -
    Some babies don't get solids until 9-12 mo sometimes by their own choice - sometimes for medical reasons. Either way they thrive on bm alone

    Depending on what type of pedi you have - s/he may 'insist' you start solids or allow you to decide for yourself and whats good for you and her. Let us know what she says when you do go



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