After 9-10 months old, your baby eats the same as your family does or you make his/her meals separately?
by 9-10 months the baby just ate what we were, usually off our plates. we only made baby food the first few months of introducing solids
Unassisted birthing, atheist, poly, bi WOHM to 4 wonderful, smart homeschooling kids Wes (17) Seth (10) Pandora Moonlilly (6) and Nevermore Stargazer (3) Married to awesome SAH DH.
I think it depends on what you eat. =) The babes usually eat some of our food and some of their own, because our food might not be the right texture or have too much salt or frankly I just want them eating something healthier than we might be eating that night.
Mother of two spectacular girls, born mid-2010 and late 2012
Like someone else said, it probably depends on what you happen to be eating.
DS was sensitive to wheat for a long time, and I wasn't willing to go complete gluten free, so sometimes I had to do different food for him. He also had eating/feeding problems, so some textures were out. At nine months, he would not have been able to handle the stuff we ate, but after 12 months, it was more doable.
That being said, he was pretty open-minded about food. So, most of the time, he had a variation on what we were having. I'd make something, pull out a portion for him and cut it up more, remove questionable ingredients (or before adding heavy duty spices--we eat pretty spicy food), or add more vegetables to what he was eating.
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