Join Date: Jan 2006
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
Not yet. I assume you mean eating solids instead of nursing. At 10-12 months, solid foods are still just for play, practice, exposure and experimentation. If he shows interest and readiness, by all means offer them, but he should be relying on BM for the majority of his nutrients and calories.
|53 members and 7,905 guests|
|AlfieDaisy , AllTomorrowsParties , AlmostJenny , bananabee , Bare2015 , bluefaery , captain optimism , CricketVS , cuteasa , Dakotacakes , Dear_Rosemary , Deborah , Debra316 , emmy526 , farmer , greenemami , healthy momma , japonica , K703 , kamas , katelove , kathymuggle , Linda on the move , LLM21 , mama24-7 , meghanmetz , Milk8shake , moominmamma , NaturallyKait , newlypregnant , newmamalizzy , Nightwish , punkers3 , rachelinouray , RequenJuana12 , rickysmith , robertuter , RollerCoasterMama , sahithya , SandiMae , sarafl , SchoolmarmDE , sdmaree , serenbat , shantimama , Snydley , Sophist , Springshowers , stellanyc , sunsync , worthy|
|Most users ever online was 449,755, 06-25-2014 at 12:21 PM.|