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asked by K on January 6, 2012
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All of these foods are first foods, whenever you choose to start feeding solids. My daughter is 4 months and is just barely starting to show interest when I'm eating, so I'll probably start feeding her solids at 6 months or whenever she shows a lot of interest in what we're eating, whichever comes first.
K. C. Yates answered on February 26, 2012
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I think this is for the wide ranges of age groups. If you just mix it with formula or water, it is great for the 1st foods. Then, you can start mixing it up with other foods, and then it'll be good 2nd foods. You can also put them in the cookies that you make, or the smoothies or yogurt etc. So, the tots can enjoy them too. So, it's all depends on how you present them. It's pretty convenient.
babytuna answered on May 18, 2012
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