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Old 08-09-2016, 11:02 AM   #1
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Plop-able Poops

I have a 10 month old who is BF and extremely interested in solids. We do not restrict him aside from choking hazards and honey and he eats meals at the table with us (self feeds) and loves food.

He is 18lbs, so pretty average as far as weight-for-age, but he almost always has plop-able poops. We part-time EC and I swear his poops are just as formed and as large as my 4 year old. Is this okay?

Am I on the road to constipation issues? Just curious to what you moms think. (sorry for those who are dreaming of plop-able poops and still waiting).... lol

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Re: Plop-able Poops

I'd say be happy and keep going. Don't change anything unless he shows signs of constipation. But that's awesome. Some kids just have plop able poo
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