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Would i be crazy to do this?

Anonymous
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Question: Get a bowl of cheerios with milk and feed my 11 month old?

Options:

yes

no


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Total Votes: 19

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Posted by Anonymous on Aug. 22, 2013 at 4:31 AM
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Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Aug. 22, 2013 at 4:33 AM

BUMP!

camocountrymom
by on Aug. 22, 2013 at 4:36 AM
I voted no but just elaborate no you wouldn't be crazy for giving your lo Cheerios with milk but...you'd be crazy to feed them to him/her. Let baby be independent :)
Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Aug. 22, 2013 at 4:39 AM


i meant the whole milk thing because she isnt a year yet and has never had milk but i didnt see the harm in it because she has hadd ice cream and cheese with no problems 


Quoting camocountrymom:

I voted no but just elaborate no you wouldn't be crazy for giving your lo Cheerios with milk but...you'd be crazy to feed them to him/her. Let baby be independent :)



SWEET737
by Bronze Member on Aug. 22, 2013 at 4:40 AM

I think it depends on the baby  and if  the baby has teeth. My son got his first two teeth at 3 and 1/2  months. I have seen people give their 10 month old cheerios with their formula . To each it's own.

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Aug. 22, 2013 at 4:41 AM

she has two and i mean actually milk 


Quoting SWEET737:

I think it depends on the baby  and if  the baby has teeth. My son got his first two teeth at 3 and 1/2  months. I have seen people give their 10 month old cheerios with their formula . To each it's own.



SWEET737
by Bronze Member on Aug. 22, 2013 at 4:50 AM

Quoting Anonymous:

she has two and i mean actually milk 


Quoting SWEET737:

I think it depends on the baby  and if  the baby has teeth. My son got his first two teeth at 3 and 1/2  months. I have seen people give their 10 month old cheerios with their formula . To each it's own.




I think if she has already tried those little puffy Gerber Snacks and she could swallow them without choking,(or start to feed her the cheerios once it gets a little soft) and since she is almost one year old, I don't see why it would hurt. If you still not sure, you can call her pediatrician.
Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Aug. 22, 2013 at 5:00 AM


yup she eats the puffs just fine 

Quoting SWEET737:


Quoting Anonymous:

she has two and i mean actually milk 


Quoting SWEET737:

I think it depends on the baby  and if  the baby has teeth. My son got his first two teeth at 3 and 1/2  months. I have seen people give their 10 month old cheerios with their formula . To each it's own.




I think if she has already tried those little puffy Gerber Snacks and she could swallow them without choking,(or start to feed her the cheerios once it gets a little soft) and since she is almost one year old, I don't see why it would hurt. If you still not sure, you can call her pediatrician.



SWEET737
by Bronze Member on Aug. 22, 2013 at 5:13 AM


She should be fine. They grow up fast. Blessings to the two of you/

Quoting Anonymous:


yup she eats the puffs just fine 

Quoting SWEET737:


Quoting Anonymous:

she has two and i mean actually milk 


Quoting SWEET737:

I think it depends on the baby  and if  the baby has teeth. My son got his first two teeth at 3 and 1/2  months. I have seen people give their 10 month old cheerios with their formula . To each it's own.




I think if she has already tried those little puffy Gerber Snacks and she could swallow them without choking,(or start to feed her the cheerios once it gets a little soft) and since she is almost one year old, I don't see why it would hurt. If you still not sure, you can call her pediatrician.





Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Aug. 22, 2013 at 5:18 AM


thank you 

Quoting SWEET737:


She should be fine. They grow up fast. Blessings to the two of you/

Quoting Anonymous:


yup she eats the puffs just fine 

Quoting SWEET737:


Quoting Anonymous:

she has two and i mean actually milk 


Quoting SWEET737:

I think it depends on the baby  and if  the baby has teeth. My son got his first two teeth at 3 and 1/2  months. I have seen people give their 10 month old cheerios with their formula . To each it's own.




I think if she has already tried those little puffy Gerber Snacks and she could swallow them without choking,(or start to feed her the cheerios once it gets a little soft) and since she is almost one year old, I don't see why it would hurt. If you still not sure, you can call her pediatrician.







GirlWithANikon
by Platinum Member on Aug. 22, 2013 at 5:22 AM

try an alternative if you are worried almond milk? i wouldn't give a baby soy.

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