Ok...my daughter just turned one, and has been on baby-food (per pediatrician's orders) since she was about 4 months old. She's always had a good appetite and taken well to new foods. The problem I'm having is that she is pretty good at self-feeding, but she only has two bottom teeth. My other kids had more at this age. I understand individual growth and all, I'm not worried about her not having more teeth yet, I'm just at a loss as to what I should be feeding her.
She doesn't want to be spoon-fed by us anymore, can't really handle a spoon herself yet, and I'm just about out of ideas for "big-girl" foods that she can eat with her only 2 teeth! We've gone through most of the baby-finger foods on the market, but especially now that she's made the switch to real milk, I worry about her nutrition. Any help???
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