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Old 09-11-2008, 03:45 PM   #1
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Question A really good book.....

I've read some books that kinda' offend me b/c the author makes subliminal or indirect negative comments about baby wearing (baby will not be able to see the world while strapped to your chest or back), cloth diapering (nasty practice), co-sleeping (baby needs to be in a separate room in a separate bed way across the other side of the house), stay-at-home mothering (babies need daycare so they can “socialize”), waiting til 6 months to introduce solids (baby needs to have processed, high-sodium-filled foods and rice cereal at 3-4 months of age, try it!). Okay – this doesn’t include those who actually gave good, wholesome fruit in the beginning.

I've found that only a very small community in America practice semi- to full-natural, earthy living. You know..."attachment parenting" which I call natural parenting, etc.

So, can anyone suggest a really good book about introducing solids that is geared toward parents like us here on diaperswappers?


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Old 09-11-2008, 11:32 PM   #2
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Re: A really good book.....

not a book, but a website has great starting solids info, recipes, nutrition facts, etc. They recommend not starting foods until 6 months and have a lot of fun, healthy recipes!

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