About Me: Female, San Diego, CA, member since Apr 2012
My DH and I have been TTC for approximately 12 months now, but haven't been careful for approximately 24 months. See my TTC journal entry. 24 months TTC and we got our first BFP on 12/12! Currently Preggers.
Just a quick note to say hi! once a day in the beginning really soupy with a spoon and the fruit in the beginning i did bananas ,peach, applesauce , pear but i did the same one for like 5 days to make sure no allergy . then i did vegetables and then i mixed it up fruit in morning and veg in evening :) its all trial and error she will let you know what she likes .
Just a quick note to say hi! i gave them all maybe a teaspoon worth really soupy at 3 months and started with fruit and veggies at 4 months . not a whole lot but a little . :) thanks that what i was thinking on the diapers my son Christian did not ever fit in nb anything . but she is a girl so im thinking she will be smaller my dd was 6.11 at birth
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