Baby Food

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If mama eats onions, baby has experienced them before birth.
If mama eats onions, baby has experienced them while nursing.
If mama eats onions, why would baby not want to eat onions?

Of course there ababy food considerationsre common sense baby food considerations. For example, since onions may cause discomforting gas, initially blend only a tiny portion of cooked, pureed onion into a food previously introduced. Due to the sulfur content, you might want to make a game of the first time you offer a thin raw onion ring to your child as finger food – a “look what happens to my eyes when I hold this” kind of a game (stressing HAPPY tears) – or a “mmm, this is lip-smacking delicious” game where you exaggerate the lip smacking. Might you have carefully cooked a few ringlets and offered them…somewhere between the pureed stage and the raw finger food stage? It’s a thought! Many factors come into play.


A Comprehensive Overview
http://www.homemade-baby-food-recipes.com/when-can-babies-eat-onions.html

A Colic Drama
http://www.babywhispererforums.com/index.php?topic=51227.0

Side-Tracking from Onions
http://www.drgreene.com/perspectives/all-about-yogurt-an-unexpectedly-wonderful-first-food-for-baby/

Other Ideas for Consideration
http://karenlebillon.com/2012/12/03/so-what-exactly-do-french-parents-feed-their-babies-leeks-and-pumpkin-endive-and-chard-more/


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Update: If mama eats onions,...

This week a friend mentioned one of the tidbits he'd gleaned from his wife and her family.  His mother-in-law, during her child-bearing years, made a serious practice of eating onions in the evening, well aware she and her babies thus experienced more restful nights.

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