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BakingBean2 2 kids; Ohio 2247 posts
25th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting aneyeinthesun:</b>" "</blockquote>



Awh!!!!!
http://i1296.photobucket.com/albums/ag18/chelssssss/0137BCA4-B58C-4F72-94A5-78DF20C10FC0-137-00000006CE7F6B72_zpseb837130.jpg




Sorry it's a link I'm mobile, it's a SS of DH's instagram, lol.

aneyeinthesun 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Washington 16240 posts
25th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting BakingBean2:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting aneyeinthesun:</b>" "</blockquote> Awh!!!!! http ... [snip!] ... Sorry it's a link I'm mobile, it's a SS of DH's instagram, lol."</blockquote>




lol that is precious though!

Mom3Boys1gurl 36 kids; Iowa 1889 posts
25th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Severus Snape:</b>" The sooner you expose her to foods you all eat, the more likely she will grow up liking those foods. ... [snip!] ... to encourage her to get used to it. I get being busy etc. but this is all important for development and worth making time for. "</blockquote>




Yes she does handle a spoon and knows its to eat with.

Mom3Boys1gurl 36 kids; Iowa 1889 posts
25th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Severus Snape:</b>" :!: Forgot to mention this. Baby food doesn't have enough calories to provide them what they need after a certain age as well. Not as much nutients either."</blockquote>




Didnt know, have been told by others (not on here) that is was good for her

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting Mom3Boys1gurl:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Severus Snape:</b>" :!: Forgot to mention this. Baby food ... [snip!] ... as much nutients either."</blockquote> Didnt know, have been told by others (not on here) that is was good for her"

Do you just listen to what others say or do you do your own research? Do you know whats in baby food (assuming you are using like gerber jars) Tons of preservatives and sugars and other crap. Plus they just simply dont have enough nutrients for a child of her age. I would really consult with her doctor if you still have concerns or do your own research. Unless she has a medical condition or other issues you havent mentioned there is no reason why a 17 month old should still be on baby food.

Mom3Boys1gurl 36 kids; Iowa 1889 posts
25th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Jennybananna:</b>" Do you just listen to what others say or do you do your own research? Do you know whats in baby food ... [snip!] ... a medical condition or other issues you havent mentioned there is no reason why a 17 month old should still be on baby food. "</blockquote>




I always wanted to make her own food but never actually did it. (Wish I would of). I haven't looked up baby food in jars. I don't have any concerns . And she doesn't have any medical condition. She can feed her self. I gave her yogurt and a spoon. She is a mess.

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting Mom3Boys1gurl:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Jennybananna:</b>" Do you just listen to what others say or ... [snip!] ... concerns . And she doesn't have any medical condition. She can feed her self. I gave her yogurt and a spoon. She is a mess."

You have no concerns over the food that goes into your childs body? So she has no medical conditions yet you still feed her like a baby instead of the toddler she is? You say she can feed herself yet in other posts you said she doesnt get a fork or spoon so which is it? I mean its your child feed her what you want but baby food for a toddler is not adequate nutrition.

Mom3Boys1gurl 36 kids; Iowa 1889 posts
25th Jun '13

miss understood what you meant by concerns. i want to feed her foods that are good for her not bad. normally i dont give her spoon/fork to eat. i feed her the food.

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
25th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mom3Boys1gurl:</b>" miss understood what you meant by concerns. i want to feed her foods that are good for her not bad. normally i dont give her spoon/fork to eat. i feed her the food. "</blockquote>




Why though she needs to learn to feed herself its an important of development.

3sACrowd 3 kids; Alaska 3325 posts
25th Jun '13

You said that you felt attacked. Where did anyone attack you?

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting Mom3Boys1gurl:" miss understood what you meant by concerns. i want to feed her foods that are good for her not bad. normally i dont give her spoon/fork to eat. i feed her the food. "


Unless she is developmentally delayed, there is no reason you should be feeding her.

Mom3Boys1gurl 36 kids; Iowa 1889 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting 3sACrowd:" You said that you felt attacked. Where did anyone attack you?"


just by everyone saying she doesnt need teeth to eat normal food. its just the way i felt. i just wanted more food options to try. but not one person gave any foods to try.

3sACrowd 3 kids; Alaska 3325 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting Mom3Boys1gurl:" just by everyone saying she doesnt need teeth to eat normal food. its just the way i felt. i just wanted more food options to try. but not one person gave any foods to try. "

We did though...I think everyone did.



Let her eat the foods you eat.

Mom3Boys1gurl 36 kids; Iowa 1889 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting A❤T=P&W {kkk}:" Unless she is developmentally delayed, there is no reason you should be feeding her."


no she isn't developmentally delayed. Its just habit to feed her myself.

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting Mom3Boys1gurl:" just by everyone saying she doesnt need teeth to eat normal food. its just the way i felt. i just wanted more food options to try. but not one person gave any foods to try. "


Eggs, cheese, pasta, chicken, pork, fruit, veggies, toast ANYTHING is fine to try.