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When did you start Whole Foods for baby?

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Chanel posted this 25 February 2020

What age did your baby do good with solids? 6-9 months? 4 months? 

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Katie posted this 24 March 2020

I was told whenever your child starts to show interest in food! I would say we started around 7 or 8 months. She is now 9 months old and still struggles a bit, but she will get there, as will your baby!

Katelyn posted this 24 March 2020

We started with prunes and peas. Didn't start whole foods until 5 months, then deli wasn't until about close to a year. 

I'm coming up on 5 months, tried rice cereal but that is it so far. What fruits or vegetables did everyone start with? Did you use the packets or make it yourself? 

whit posted this 23 March 2020

I'm coming up on 5 months, tried rice cereal but that is it so far. What fruits or vegetables did everyone start with? Did you use the packets or make it yourself? 

Lisa posted this 14 March 2020

4 months.  My little one was guzzling down nearly 40 ounces of breast milk a day but he was born a few weeks early and was on the smaller side, so doctor thought solids would help.  Started with the rice cereal, and introduced something new once a week.

Dien posted this 14 March 2020

We started at 4 months. I offered solids 3 times a day but she started to eat at 7.5 months.

Brittany posted this 14 March 2020

My child was 6 months when they started solid foods. They ate everything we ate at the dinner table.

Anna posted this 13 March 2020

We started around 8 months with rice cereal and mashed up avocados. We tried out new foods every couple of days from there. 

christine posted this 13 March 2020

We started at 6 months, but didn't get going strong until 9-10 months! 

Gina posted this 12 March 2020

Around 10 months I started giving my baby whole foods that I cold trust him with.

Allie posted this 11 March 2020

I agree! They will tell you when they are in need of more. If you are bottle or breast feeding, you will notice that is not filling them as much anymore. Most little ones start between 4 and 6 months but certainly check with your doctor to see what they recommend for your child too.

every baby is different, you should wait till your baby is showing signs of readiness, like able to sit up, showing interest in food & opening mouth to spoon. Also, get the ok from your pedi! 

Savannah posted this 07 March 2020

We did 6 months also, but there has been times people needed to start at 4-5.

Ducky posted this 05 March 2020

We waited until 6months and also got the okay from our doctor. 

Belle posted this 04 March 2020

every baby is different, you should wait till your baby is showing signs of readiness, like able to sit up, showing interest in food & opening mouth to spoon. Also, get the ok from your pedi! 

Misty posted this 27 February 2020

Every baby is ready at a different time. If they can sit up, they might be ready. Ours was ready at 4 months but at that age they still need most of their calories from milk or formula. Your doctor will tell you when they think your baby is ready so wait for the go-ahead from them.

Tina posted this 26 February 2020

I started trying foods out around 6 months, but my baby preferred the bottle until we switched at a year. Now they will eat almost anything I give them.

Samantha posted this 26 February 2020

My little greedy man has been nibbling on solid foods since he was about 6 months. We started with mashed potatoes and minced chicken, but essentially he would eat whatever we ate in a chopped up form. He hated baby food. He's almost 2 now and that hasn't changed. He loves his seasoned food.

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