Solid Foods & Weaning: Infant, Epi Pen

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Should I Be Concerned About My Son's Solid Food Intake

Hello, I am a first time mom to an almost 1 year old boy. He is still having some issues with solid foods. He loves his formula, he loves his baby food, but when it comes to something solid (i.e Cheerios, Rice Krispies in milk), he typically gags on it. Once he gets used to the texture, he will chew it up and swallow it, but my day care provider has expressed some concern NUMEROUS times on the matter, saying he's almost a year, he should be eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by now. Is there something more I should be doing? My son...

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An Always Sick Baby

I have a 15 month old son who has been sick almost constantly for 6 months...

Allergen Foods

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Epi-pen Jr. in an Airport (And Some Liquid Questions)

My 19 month old son has a food allergy and we must carry an epi-pen jr. around with us at all times. Is there any special consideration we have to take when traveling by plane? I can see security claiming that it is a weapon or something like that since there is a needle, but at the same time, it is a rescue medication that is required to be with my son at all times. Also, because my son's food allergy, he usually cannot eat food out. I will be packing him some of his favorites since we will be traveling for breakfast and lunch. Is...

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Peanut Allergy

Does anyone have a child with a peanut allergy, that would like to exchange...

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Tomato Allergy

Is there anyone out there with a child who has tomato allergies? We are...

Food Grinder

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Food Allergies

I recently found out this week that my six month old son has food allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, milk and eggs. (He is getting it through my breastmilk!!) I am feeling a little overwhelmed and wondered if any of you are going through the same thing and if you have any advice. I should be starting my son on solid foods, but even the Gerber baby foods terrify me because I don't want him to have a reaction. The allergist thinks he will grow out of the milk and egg allergy, but that shouldn't be until he is at least two or three. What...