Sorry, I guess I shouldn't have linked that article. I was just using it as a guide to help me in choosing what foods to introduce when and found it interesting and wanted to share. I wasn't linking it because I believe everything stated in that article word for word. I really was just trying to talk about introducing solids in general here, not debate on people's food choices or whether or not food affects children's behavior.
Oh, I think it's fine! Everyone is just sharing their opinion. We know that!
I can't speak for everyone else, but I know when I read something where the person states "I did xyz and so my kid is <insert magical skill>" it gets to me. Not because you or anyone else posted it, though! Just because that attitude is so irritating. I mean I ate a perfect diet, breastfeed for 3.5 years, and used gentle discipline. And my dd1 is a terror. A holy terror! I tried to build a perfect sibling relationship. I made my girls share a room from birth to build closeness. And they fight like cats and dogs. It's that icky, "you're doing it wrong!" attitude that gets to moms sometimes. Then we vent. No one is trying to shoot the messenger, though. :)