I have noticed that all the advice about baby food of any type includes staying right with your baby in case they choke. Obviously, good advice! But, if DS were to choke, I don't know what I should be doing besides "being right there."
He used to kinda choke at the breast on occasion in the beginning months, and I would quickly sit him upright, lift his arms (I've been told this opens the diaphragm??) and wait for him to breathe again. Also, I know Linda said somewhere that you just have to trust in their gag reflex, etc. And don't offer choking hazards, naturally. I'm just wondering what to do and what NOT to do if something goes wrong!
Milk: sit upright, arm(s) up, wait. Anything else???
Finger food: ???