My son ate tons up to a point then went through a stage for a while were in my opinion didnt eat enough to keep a bird alive, but he still gained weight, he prob wasnt growing much at the time, i never forced him, i fig if he is hungary he will eat. It didnt last long and he's eating like a horse again!View Thread
Our son was eating what we were eating by 10.5 months, we stopped with the baby food altogether, we just made sure everything was cut up small and it wasnt any kind of tough meat or anything really hard.
If he feels safer id start by feeding her this stuff when you are both home. I think most kids take a while to figure out what size bites to take, my son still sometimes takes to big of a bite and he knows it so he spits it out.
I like green beans and cooked carrots when we started out, pork in the slow cooker was also really tender. buy some lil O noodles and make spaghetti out of it, theres a lot of things you can try. Small piece of baked fish is also really soft.View Thread
love the graco my ride 65. We used it rear facing for my son from 5 months til 10 months when we turned him around. we have a ford escape and it fits nicely in there, no issuse with it not being lever or moving from side to side.View Thread
Like any other area im sure all kids are different in this area. Right after my sons 18 month appt he just took off with saying words. He still only says single words, but he knows at least 30 words, mama, dada, papa, kitty, puppy, on, off, hat, sock, up, cheese, bug, hot, boat, bubba, mickey, elmo, baby, hi, bye, bubbles, hot, clock, keys, outside, hide, bird, ball, block,View Thread
Haha i think we could have identical lives. My MIL and I DONT get along and it truly is her fault. She has never liked me or my SIL, she has always talked meanly about us to tons of ppl and we live in a small town, sorry things get back to us. She always acted nice to us to our face, but behind our backs she is evil. My DH let her watch him once when he was maybe 4ish months and i was pissed and she found out how my SIL and I really felt about her and then she was all ohh poor me BS. When i was preggo with my son i told her 2 or 3 times i dont want ANYONE except my husband at the hossy til we have the baby and get some alone time with him, my parents honored my request, after being in labor from an induction for hmm 14 hours and in the worst paining clinging to the siderail crying, and waitin for my epi, who flippin showed up my Gosh Darn MIL!!! i Was irrate!!
Since he was born, she has seen him hmm maybe 20 times and she lives 10 mins from here!!! she never makes an effort to come see him, she didnt go to his babyshower, didnt come to his baptism and now she has seen our daughter twice in 3 months and didnt come to her baptism either.
My parents on the other hand see our babys all the time, DH always asked if the are avail to watch the kids cuz deep down he knows his mom is an alchoholic and knows how shes treated me in the past.
So i totally get where you are comming from. My BIL cant stand his mom either, and she's so mean to her husband, who i kinda feel bad for cuz he is so nice and i wish he'd see the kids more, my DH on the other hand is one of those ppl that cant be mean and wants everyone to get along, which is fine, but once you've treated me like that, i know you arent really gonna change, what is done is done, you ruined it not me.View Thread
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