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3.24.10☀9.10.11☀12.12.14 Due December 12; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Oregon 3400 posts
28th Dec '12
Quoting Manda❤Alayna:" <blockquote><b>Quoting 3.24.10 ♥ 9.10.11:</b>" How much does your DD weigh ... [snip!] ... seemed concerned though. ETA- she was EBF till 6 months. She still nurses on demand and eats as much food as she wants."


That's not too bad. DD's pedi is finally content with her weight. She's now in the 5th percentile.



BF is what caused all DD's problems :cry: She has a milk protein allergy and couldn't digest my milk. We didn't figure it all out til she was 2 weeks old, and it took her awhile to adjust to the hypoallergenic formula. She still has an absorbtion issue, but is doing better.

~Mommyof3girls~ 3 kids; Ohio 2686 posts
28th Dec '12
Quoting *Mrs. Mallard*:" DS at birth (38.4 weeks) was 8 lbs 7 ounces, at 4 months he is 15 lbs 8 ounces formula fed, with 2 solid meals a deal with 4 ounce bottle to wash it down."


4 months and already on solids? You are a brave soul. My oldest two were formula fed and at 4 months, cereal was their only "solid" This time around, I'm delaying solids until she shows interest ;)

Brantley+Savannah 2 kids; Mills River, NC, United States 3119 posts
28th Dec '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~Mommyof3girls~:</b>" 4 months and already on solids? You are a brave soul. My oldest two were formula fed and at 4 months, cereal was their only "solid" This time around, I'm delaying solids until she shows interest ;)"</blockquote>




Hes only doing applesauce in the morning and a small amount of a veggie at night. I skipped out on his veggie tonight though. He still drinks just as much formula as he has always drank 6 ounces every three and a half hours 4 ounce with solids then hell get 6 ounces 2 hours later. Hes a chunker lol.



His developmental dr okayed it and explained to me the signs of being ready and hes been doing all of it.

~Mommyof3girls~ 3 kids; Ohio 2686 posts
28th Dec '12
Quoting *Mrs. Mallard*:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ~Mommyof3girls~:</b>" 4 months and already on solids? You ... [snip!] ... Hes a chunker lol. His developmental dr okayed it and explained to me the signs of being ready and hes been doing all of it."


lol I know what you mean by chunker. My oldest was 9lbs 9oz at birth and middle was 8lbs 15oz at birth. Our oldest was definitely the chunkiest of the three throughout the first year.