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    Transition to solids?

    The most trustworthy site for baby related feeding (covers from 3-12 months, with age specific kits and guides - all developed by a pediatric speech pathologist specializing in feeding techniques). Site is called littlechompions.com. All the pediatricians in DC/MD/VA areas are strongly...
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    About How to Choose Things for Babies and Kids

    The most trustworthy site for baby related feeding (covers from 3-12 months, with age specific kits and guides - all developed by a pediatric speech pathologist specializing in feeding techniques. Site is called littlechompions.com. All the pediatricians in DC/MD/VA areas are strongly...
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    Transition to solids?

    Hey. I spoke to my pediatrician this afternoon. She highly recommended I get the kits/guides from littlechompions.com (two Os; no As) as it was both educational (learning how to differentiate between choking and gagging), had great tips for types/sizes of foods to introduce 3-6, 6-9 and 9-12...
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    Transition to solids?

    Great ideas! Thanks.
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    Transition to solids?

    Seeking advice on transitioning 6 mo old to solids (not in total but in part).
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    6 moths and still not sleeping more than 3 hours

    Just an update. I am now using the 9-12 mo kits/guides from littlechompions (too Os). Again - a success.
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    Mothers, please, share your experience

    Update from my new member post. Our baby (now 7 mos) continues to sleep through the night. Plus meals are awesome as the baby loves to try new foods and really eats quite a bit. No more gagging or pushing food out with the tongue. We are having fun with all the tips in the littlechompions...
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    6 moths and still not sleeping more than 3 hours

    I checked with my pediatrician. She said that our baby was hungry and that I needed to start transitioning to solids. As a first time parent this was scary but the pediatrician told me to get the feeding guide/kit for 6-9 mo olds at littlechompions.com (two Os). So I did. It was a miracle1...
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    Not sleeping; seems hungry all the time

    I just received the 9-12 month littlechompions.com guide/kit. Very excited to move to the next stage with introducing additional foods to my 7 months old
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    Not sleeping; seems hungry all the time

    Feeding is now going great (see my prior message(, And since our beautiful baby is now sleeping 6-8 hours - so great. We now wake up before the baby! Miracles. And we're really having fun as family and bonding as we squeal each time a new food is introduced an the baby is so excited too. We...
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    Mothers, please, share your experience

    I'll share my experience. 1st time parent. 6 mos old who did not sleep more than 3 hours before needing to breastfeed again. Tried to introduce soft foods. Disaster as either pushed food out with tongue or choked (at least I thought). My pediatrician told me not to feel like a failed parent...
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    Hungry baby all the time

    I have a 6 mo old baby also. Woke up every 3 hours for another feeding. I was exhausted, anxious, and frustrated and that made me feel like a bad mother. A friend suggested that I check out little chompions as their guides, kits and speech therapist consultations via facetime or zoom were...
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    Not sleeping; seems hungry all the time

    Yes. And I guess that is why the doctor said I should introduce oatmeal and other Step 1/2 foods. But it wasn't working and I became very anxious as I was exhausted. But a few weeks later, I got the feeding guides (for 3-6 months and 6-9 months) from little chompions. I read the guides and...
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    6 moths and still not sleeping more than 3 hours

    I had tried baby oatmeal but after reading the little chompions guide and after the consultation with the speech therapist, I am not doing oatmeal. I'm doing a lot more fun foods with a different approach. It is working thankfully as I was reaching my limit (exhausted, anxious, afraid and...
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    Can someone point me towards a feeding guide for 3-12 month babies?

    Please share what feeding guides and special spoons you use for helping your "baby" (4-12 mos) transition to oatmeal and other soft foods. I am very stressed as he sleeps for 2 hours, wants to breastfeed, and this goes on 24/7. I need add oatmeal and other soft foods to his feeding but it is...
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    6 moths and still not sleeping more than 3 hours

    My doctor says to add oatmeal etc into my son's meals. I tried and he spit it out. He seemed to try to swallow it once but he started chocking. I freaked out. Tips?
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    Not sleeping; seems hungry all the time

    Doctor says to introduce soft food. But I am worried about him choking. Tips?
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    1st time anxious parent

    My baby is about 6 mnths old. I am still so tired and worried.