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At what age did you feed your little one gerber puffs?

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Asked by Anonymous at 5:11 PM on Feb. 9, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)

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  • I know I started giving them to my son a couple months before they label said (he already had most of his teeth), but the downfall to the yogurt ones was that he would make a horrible mess with them because they didnt disolve fast enough.

    Answer by saysha100687 at 5:20 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

  • I started given them to my son around 4-5 months

    Answer by NAT24ROXY24 at 5:33 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

  • My doctor said to wait til 8 months for these

    Answer by Anonymous at 5:46 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

  • 6 months.

    We also started graham crackers, Cheerios and softer table foods...

    Answer by TiccledBlue at 5:59 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

  • i waited until 8 months, because he didnt have teeth and my doctor said to go ahead. now hes 9 months and has only one :p

    Answer by aliciatron at 6:21 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

  • i started at 5 months

    Answer by serenaxxmarie at 7:12 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

  • I just started my son on them about a week ago...he's 8 months....and the package says 10 months but he's like ecstatic that he can pick something up and eat it and no one's pulling it back out of his mouth. He only has his 2 bottom front teeth but he does fine with them

    Answer by AidensMommy608 at 8:03 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

  • 7 months also try the yogurt ones... my son loves them all. just make sure you watch them cause they dont understand that they should only eat one at a time!!! HAHAHa

    Answer by softbalchic2004 at 10:12 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

  • around 1 year. it's best to hold off solid introduction. my baby didn't like purees at 10mos. around a year, we started on these & cheerios.

    Answer by jus1jess at 10:30 PM on Feb. 9, 2009

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