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Hello, all,
Looking for some new ideas. My little one has his favorites, but we need to throw some variety in there or he'll wind up as picky as his preteen sister.
So far we've done purees of: apple-pear-blueberry, banana-strawberry, banana-justabouteverything, sweetpotato-apple, yam-apple, sweetpotato-cream cheese, carrot... and in the beginning, peas, green beans, peaches, pears, and anything else Gerber made that I felt like duplicating at home.
My son is nearly 14 mo now and, since I have no local friends, no sounding boards, I'd like to know what you feed/fed your kids at that age. I try to make his purees very chunky at this point (total of eight teeth so far). Every now and then I sneak a well-boiled egg into his pureed oatmeal or rice, but I don't think he's getting enough protein. He doesn't always go for pureed mom-and-dad food (i.e. pot roast works okay, bulgogi does not), and small chicken pieces is hit-or-miss depending on the tides, alignment of the planets, etc.

Would love some feedback.

(Now I'm all hungry!)
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celticelff
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Time:2006-05-04 09:59 pm (UTC)
Yep, I drink "Yo! Baby" myself, since the son can't have it.
Homemade yoghurt-- it's in this great (albeit a bit "granola") book I have called Super Baby Food by Ruth Yaron. I really like it because it's more than just food. There's a recipe for homemade baby wipes that I swear by. Anything that's tried to crust itself on doesn't stand a chance (and I don't have to scrub his delicate derriere) if I spritz it on him before wiping the tush.

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