Keimana The New Food Connoisseur

Keimana The New Food Connoisseur

by Dawn
(San Jose, California, USA)

My little snow baby

My little snow baby

Well Keimana Agnew, her first food was a banana in a food safety net, she loved it.

We took her to sushi, because we love sushi, and she loved chewing on the pickled ginger.

We are going to train her palate to love natural flavors, no matter how sour, sweet, juicy, tart, etc. etc. She hasn’t turned anything down yet..

She loves avocado and french vanilla Yo Baby yogurt a lot, and so does mommy!

Cottage cheese is a little lumpy for her liking but when I feed it to her she loves it and powers through it.

Comments for Keimana The New Food Connoisseur

Oct 16, 2010

A wonderful range of foods!
by: Christine (Editor)

Wow – she certainly has been introduced to a delicious range of foods! Introducing different types of foods is fine as long as she is receptive to all the new flavours and seems to be enjoying them – and as long as you remember to use the four day rule and offer new foods separately (so you can spot any allergic reaction or digestive upset and immediately identify what caused it!).

But don’t wear yourself out with too much cooking! Cooking ahead and storing the food is a great option – you can get a whole week’s worth of meals done in one afternoon. You can also try as much as possible to use the ingredients from your OWN meal to prepare food for your little one (taking care to remove her portion before adding any salt).

Happy cooking 🙂

Oct 15, 2010

How much to introduce between 7-10 months
by: Keimana’s mommy

I started introducing her to solids at 4 months old, starting with rice for a month, then oatmeal baby cereal with some jar fruit.. I started to make her food myself, but feel I have maybe tried to many foods. I have tried Parmesan cheese with carrots and ginger. Broccoli, cauliflower, mozzarella cheese, sweet potatoes cinnamon and nutmeg, zuchini, summer squash, mangoes and strawberry puree, toast with some cream cheese, green beans, butternut squash, garlic, pepper, cilantro, dill and purple/white potatoes. Is this too much.. She seems fine, but the cooking is hard on mommy. This site offered some storing tips I like…


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