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    Eats cereals,, about to add veggies, how???
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    Tokerkatnip posted:
    My son is 5 1/2 months old, he's been eating cereals at breakfast for 1 1/2 months and at supper for 1 month. I am about to start giving him veggies at lunch and supper but I am now wondering, do I keep giving him cereal at supper with the veggies or do I stop giving him cereal at supper time???
     
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    cshyronia responded:
    I give my baby both or if baby food is too runny I mix cereal in to make a little thicker.
     
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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    Either or. You could try just plain veggies a small amount and do a side of cereal. Or you could mix the two. I have done it both ways. Try both out and see what he prefers.


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