Well, for our Beanie Babies, we started them all off with peas. It worked great! All three love peas and are not afraid to try new veggies. While a lot of my friend's kids will not touch veggies, especially GREEN ones. with a 10 foot pole, mine ask for peas and spinach balls (recipe to come...someday) and spinach-artichoke dip (not healthy, but how many of your kids ask for it?) and baked brussel sprouts.
With the first two, we started them with rice cereal at 5 months and added oatmeal to their diet at 6 months. About two weeks after that, we introduced the peas. Our pediatrician told us that it is now recommended to hold off on food until about 6 months to start anything. We held off until about 7.5/8 months before giving Little Baby solids. What a difference! She hardly ever ate the cereals. She chomps just watching us eat and by 9 months, she was chowing on baked chicken and boiled potatoes with all of us! If I ever had to do it again, I'd wait. I would also still start with peas ;)
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