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Use sunbutter or wowbutter and jelly. They are peanut butter substitutes that are supposed to taste exactly like peanut butter, but are both 100% peanut free! I have a peanut allergy and I eat it all the time.


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The main consideration with infant sunscreens are they should be Zinc Oxide or Titanium Dioxide based only; not only will these be much less irritating1, but they are considered safer. Infants absorb a lot more through their skin than older children and adults, and so the Oxybenzone and other organic chemicals in many adult (and even some child) sunscreens ...


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We used Almond Butter, it looks and tastes comparable but contains no peanuts. But the camp might have problems with that too, although they are generally made specifically as peanut-butter substitute and are thus safe for peanut allergies.


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Normally everyone will start the solids food when the kid is around 6th month. It is the right time to start the food. I would like to share that you can start with the sweet potato it has to be smooth so that LO should have any difficult while having it. And you can give cereal rice(paste or grid it) smoothly. I think you can start with the single grain ...


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One possible cause is dairy allergy or a sensitivity to one of the ingredients in that particular formula. You could certainly try switching the formula to a different type (eg: soy based instead of milk based, or use one of the easy to digest/sensitive varieties where the ingredients are essentially partially pre-digested or broken down more. You could also ...


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First babies shouldn't have diary if at all possible, breast milk is the best. So pump as much as you can and freeze them. I would try a different formula. I think carnation has one for colicky babies and I know there are colic drops, However, I would switch to a soy based or non dairy brand for awhile. There could be several things going on at the same ...


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You could paper and a pencil. If you use a notebook, you can write exactly what you want. You can record stuff about the meal such as date, individual ingredients, beverages, amount eaten, etc. You can also record when there are incidents you think are food related, such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. You can also have multiple notebooks, or just share ...


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I tend to use Trello to track all kinds of things. It's essentially a series of lists grouped into a board. The app (android) is great, as is the website and will allow for multiple users (Parents, grandparents, caregivers) to log in and make changes/add new entries. As an example you could create lists for foods eaten, and if there is a reaction to that ...


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I'm using Feed Baby (Pro) to track feeding, sleeping, diapers and so on. I find it very user-friendly, for example you tap to log what is going on now, and you hold to log an event that happend in the past. You can just select and tap to add an event without details or add a short note. It has cloud backup, and you can synchronize accross devices. The ...


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Trixie Tracker has a section for eating, as far as I can recall. You have to pay for that. It stores data online. I don't know if it will correlate data, but you can enter observations about meals. I has been 3 years since I have used it, so you may want to double check. Care Zone has tools for managing anyones health. It is mostly about medications and ...



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