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VERY FRUSTRATED - HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


洋房

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發表於 06-7-31 23:03 |顯示全部帖子

VERY FRUSTRATED - HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hi everyone,

My baby is now 7.5 months old, she started solid food when she was 5.5 months old, but up till now, her intake of solid is really miserable, she can only take around 1-2 oz of porridge (cooked with a little bit of meat but took out before feeding) maximum and she constantly use her tongue to push out the spoon, split out the food or turned her head away every time when me or my maid feed her. She will eat a little when we sing, dance and keep entertaining her.

On the choice of food, I tried different combination of vegetables usually with the following: -

Potato to be added in the porridge with any one of the following vegetables / food: -

Carrot, hairy melon, jade melon, papaya, apple, pear, peach, egg yolk

I will add on the same combination of vegetables (but without potato) if I feed her the rice cereal.

She usually has her porridge at 11:00 am but she always fall asleep while eating and we have to compensate milk (around 4-5 oz) to complete the whole feeding.

She will usually take 25-27 oz milk everyday in total.

Now, in case you have similar experience, can you answer my questions as follows: -

How to make baby like solid food?
Is it related to recipe itself?
How to make delicious porridge for baby?
How to make the baby more focus and concentrated when eating solid?
When is the best time to feed solid to baby?
When or will this difficult situation be improved?

I feel very frustrated because I am not sure when the end of the tunnel is. I cannot manage to replace one meal of formula by a bowl of porridge, my baby seems never be able to eat a bowl of porridge. If I cannot break through this stage, I cannot be able to go forward.

Can anyone give me some advice and you may write in Chinese.

Million thanks for your help.
Suk Yin


大宅

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發表於 06-8-1 00:54 |顯示全部帖子

Re: VERY FRUSTRATED - HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

不用太擔心, 我個b大概 6 個月開始食糊仔, 到9 個月先開始食粥仔, 到1 歲先好 d, 每餐都好似搏鬥, 真係想 

因為粥仔始終有 d 米"渣", 我個 b 唔 like, 所以要隔渣, 同埋加 d 生果 baby food, 個 taste 甜 d佢會 like d, 再慢慢加 d 渣 and other vegetables

你可以用攪拌機將d meat/vegetable 打碎, d 粥會好味 d, baby 需要 meat 既 protein

How to make the baby more focus and concentrated when eating solid?
我通常比佢睇 tv or vcd

When is the best time to feed solid to baby?
my baby will have solid food for lunch and dinner, but i must ask bb to have a nap b4 these 2 meals (1-2 hour), 佢心情會好 d, 無咁忟

"she constantly use her tongue to push out the spoon, split out the food or turned her head away every time when me or my maid feed her"
比 多 d 時間佢, 可能佢仲 try 緊點 chew and eat the food

if my baby turned her head away , 我會照餵佢, 監佢食, 份量每2-3日慢慢加, 加到一定份量就唔補奶, 佢唔食都唔補, 下一餐都唔會提早, d bb 好醒 ga, 知道唔飽就會食

加油!!加油!!!




複式洋房

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發表於 06-8-1 10:34 |顯示全部帖子

Re: VERY FRUSTRATED - HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dear Suk Yin,

My son si reaching his 8 mths' old. He now takes 4 meals of milk and 1meal of congee at around 12:00 to 1:00p.m.

I started feeding him cereal at 6 months' old to let him learn to swallow semi-solid food. At first, he could not digest well and after two weels' time, I prepared watery congee for him and he took it well because he liked the taste.

First of all, I use the pork to cook congee but just give him the taste but no the meat.

Then, I blend veg. like choy sum, hairy guard and only the meat taste.

Then, I blend also the meat to very very fine piece.

I use the wooden 'mor' to 'mor' the meat, congee and veg. until it comes to the texture like cereal. All along, he could swallow well.

I later try tomatoes and carrot which he like the tast greatly.

Now, already pork, chicken, fish, salmon, hairy guard, tomatoes, carrots, choy sum etc.

Maybe u have to try it step by step. U know every baby is unique and he/sge might have different taste and development. Don't worry and what u need to do is to be patient and try try try... I believe your baby will eat well soon.

Bless u and your family


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