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    Jar food how many times a day?
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    lsilvestro posted:
    my daughter is 7 mos old, how many times a day can I give her jar foods?
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    abbysmom2010 responded:
    My daughter started cereal at 4 months because she was so hungry, nursing wasnt cutting it at night. At 5 months I started jar foods. She only eats not even one a day, but she eats other foods, some table food, and then baby mum mums (rice rusks in store). But her pediatrician said it is fine, and she can have up to 3 jars a day just fine. Hope that helps :)
     
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    Ihgirl1066 replied to abbysmom2010's response:
    my lo has been eating baby ood "jar food" sice he was 5 months. he is now 7 months and is on the 2nd foods and eats a whole cont of fruit at breakfast a half of fruit and veggie at lunch and supper and a yogurt for bedtime snack.


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