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He had zero interest in eating the avocado, BTW. Both times he just smashed it around the tray and between his fingers. I think he took two licks, total.
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I feed them anything that is on my plate that won't cause them to choke.
The youngest one actually does have a lot of food intolerance issues and we are both on a pretty strict diet because she is still nursing. The typical first foods like banana, avocado, etc... are all very big no-no's for her. They are latex cross-reactives, so if you a family history of latex issues or your child has shown sensitivity to those, they are probably not good ones to start with
Aside from that I would not get too concerned about specific foods. If you are having spaghetti go a head and cut him some up.
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I gave DD a whole, peeled, juicy pear. She licked it and mouthed it to her heart's content, independently, which is what I wanted. I rarely spoon- or hand-feed her. Re: your hubby's concern about choking/gagging, sometimes she gets a piece that is too big for her, but she's always been able to get it out on her own.
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