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Author Topic: When you start to wean, just how much solids do you feed your little 'un ...?  (Read 1192 times)

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...in one sitting?

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Hi Siasl. Seeing as this post of yours has lurked unanswered for a staggering 5 years (five! years!!) in the dusty entrails of Intelligent Answers I can only presume that you have learnt by practice and have answered your question the hard way.

So, just how much solids do you feed your little 'un in one sitting?

In my case, when our kids were ankle biters, the amount fed to them was about a quarter of what ended up being flung across the room or rubbed into their hair.
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