There's been a lot of talk about solids and poops lately that has me wondering...
Is there something going on developmentally at 6 months (that's unrelated to eating solids) that might cause a change in pooping patterns?
I ask because Cailan used to be a dependable, once-a-day, pooper. Right when he turned 6 months, he starting stockpiling and skipping a poop for several days, then letting loose with a poopslosion (thanks for the word, Mandy) of monstrous proportions, with some kind of chunky bits in it.
Funny thing was, we hadn't really started giving him solids yet. If we had been giving him food, I would have thought it was the poop causing it.
Since a lot of our December babies are having poops of note, I wondered if it was some kind of intestinal development thing.
By the way, Cailan's been eating solids for several days and has resumed the once a day dirty diaper.