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tips on how to get your baby to take vitamins? eat veggies?

Postby riogirl71 » Fri Aug 14, 2009 5:43 pm

I need help getting my baby to take his vitamins, eat veggies, chicken, fish etc!

The doc said polyvisol at first and I mixed it with jam and anything to mask the flavor - didn't work. Now doc said Flinstones, half a tablet crushed, I tried mixing it with yogurt, jam, you name it and out is comes! He is also refusing to eat any kind of veggies, I try every time and time again, different ones, the same ones, a little cheese and nothing. He is 10 months old and will eat as much cheese as you give him and fruit but nothing else. Anyone have tips?

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Postby TwinMommy » Fri Aug 14, 2009 7:28 pm

We have been doing PolyViSol since birth. We put it in one bottle a day and that masks it enough to where they drink it with no problem. Otherwise, I have no idea. Crushed up vitamins maybe in applesauce??
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Postby Warren Dew » Sat Sep 05, 2009 3:01 am

Our daughter's favorite food is collard greens. I think it's because the barbeque place we get it from mixes in a little pork and uses lard, which makes it pretty tasty. She'll take pretty much any form of fat now that she's off breast milk.
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