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    Has anyone tried salad with their baby. I was thinking what I can send for lunches for Ronin and thought some lettuce, tomato and cheese as a salad might work, but not sure he would be able to manage the lettuce. I think he is geting another tooth so I try to hold off on new foods when he is teething. No idea why I just do.
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    DS likes whole spinach leaves. He'll nom on lettuce that's in large chunks. He likes to rip it apart into pieces. lol. I think it'll work just fine just based on what Aiden does.

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    Teagan likes big chunks of cucumber. I think salad would be awesome.
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    I think salad would be very yummy if he is able to chew it up!

    Tried mango today & mango squash mix. Loved it!
    Also got him to eat actual chunks of mango and squash & even put a few in his mouth.
    The beets from the other day have done a number on my cloth diapers...lol.
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    I can't imagine trying to clean beet poop! You are a brave, brave woman.

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    The mess beets make going in and coming out are the reason I haven't tried them. I actually made them one night and then had second thoughts about giving them to Teagan.
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    So I meant to post/ask awhile ago and completely forgot, but Sophie LOVES Arrowroot biscuts!! Has anyone else's LO's tried them?! She seems to be totally over the Mum Mum's lately, but she will devour an arrowroot! They are sooo messy; so watch out! :P
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    I haven't bought them for Ronin yet because we still have a few teething rusks I want him to use up, but he did steal one from one of the other kids at daycare and by all reports started gumming it to death very quickly.
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    Hmmm I have to try arrowroots again. I tried them when he was about 6 months but was afraid that he'd break off a big chunk and choke on it, but he's much better at "chewing" or rather gumming now so I should give them a shot. Plus I like them too!!
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    That is totally my fear too Kitty. Everyone always wanted us to give them to DS1 when he was a baby and I just couldn't do it. I even made my own at one point and still couldn't.

    My crazy baby that wouldn't each chunky stuff like a week ago is now refusing to eat a puree I don't get him a lot of the time. Erin mention giving Teagan Kamut cereal puffs, I don't know why I never thought of that before, so I tried it out with Odin. The Kamut was a little big for him to deal with in his mouth, & I'm not too ready to give him a wheat thing yet, but the puffed rice was the perfect size. He loved it and actually got into feeding it to himself. Now he screams if I try to 'help' him with a puree. I've been having to put the leftover puree we have on chunks of banana and squash. PUree beets also makes an exceptional finger paint...lol!

    So I've done soft chunks of banana, avacado, squash, apple, sweet potato, & carrot. I should to some beets and pumpkin as well. Pear is totally out of season here but stone fruit is coming up. Any other good fruit/veg. that can be softened and cubed I should think about? Might do tofu soon too.
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