I have heard from the doctors never ever to put cereal in bottles, and that they shouldnt be fed it until theyre 4 months because of food alergies. But I know my sister did it with both of her kids. My son is two months old. He sleeps mostly through the night. From about tenish until 7am.Answer Question
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It sounds like all you want is for someone to say it is ok so you can feel secure in a decision you know is wrong. If someone else jumped off a bridge would you follow? It is dangerous and lazy (unless directed by doctor which btw they determine if the risk out weighs the alternative) to feed a child cereal in a bottle. You yourself have noted that everything points to no way but yet you still want to? Obviously the choice is yours but you already know the answer. If you want to put your child at risk then that is your choice. Just because one person rolled the dice and won doesn't mean your precious one will be that lucky. I personally do everything to avoid risks with my child but you do what you are determined to do.
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