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    Peas, Peas and Peas
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    BNWilson3 posted:
    I just started my 6 month old on baby food. She has already had a week of carrots and she loves them. Last night I started her on peas and she was not a fan. With the carrots she could have ate the whole container but with peas she didn't even eat half of them and she was "gagging" and spiting them out. My question is do I just give up on peas (and maybe try again another time) or keep trying to give them to her for a week? Thanks in advanced!
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    dominicksmomma responded:
    My son (who is 7 months) hates and I mean hates peas!!! You can keep trying it I think it just depends on the baby. I dont even buy straight up peas because I know he wont eat it but if I get like mixed veggies he'll eat that but he wont eat it by its self. Good Luck!!!


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