E's been on a mix of whole foods and purees for awhile. What we do right now is give her a bunch of whole foods and then top her up with purees. But lately she has been batting our hands away and grabbing the spoon and trying to do it herself. She's getting less interested, I think. I only buy about a week's worth of purees at a time. She loves yogurt, though!
When did your LO stop eating purees? She's approaching 11 months and I think it's about time maybe?...But i don't think she's 100% gotten that real food fills her tummy yet. She's still pretty sloppy
pomegranate / 3863 posts
I think around a year or a little before that he pretty much refused purees!
pineapple / 12793 posts
Seven months. She just wasn't interested anymore.
GOLD / wonderful coconut / 33402 posts
At 9 months we started moving to just table food and did purees during Christmas at the IL's since they didn't have much she would eat and to make sure she got veggies.
Now she gets a pouch if we are out to lunch and again want her to have some veggies first. Then we give her some of our lunch.
honeydew / 7091 posts
At 9 months is just happened kind of accidentally. We had a lazy couple days that turned into weeks that turned into L refusing purees anymore. So now I still have my homemade purees that I feel sad about throwing out... haha
wonderful pomelo / 30692 posts
Ugh, never! Xander's 12 months tomorrow and still will ONLY eat purees - and not even chunky ones!
Sorry - that wasn't helpful.
wonderful grape / 20453 posts
hahaha. So basically the answers are "anytime and who knows"
grapefruit / 4066 posts
i think around 11/12 months she stopped wanting purees or pouches and we moved on to all table food.
pomegranate / 3516 posts
She just stopped at around 10-10.5 months all of a sudden. She still has pouches sometimes but not often. We had moved to table food for lunch and dinner and the next day for breakfast, she refused purees and wanted what I was eating.
pomelo / 5256 posts
I stocked up on purees around 10.5 months since she was really into them. Of course as soon as I stocked up she decided she was over them. She just turned a year and I sneak them in wherever I can just to use them up. Green bean puree on pasta, turkey dinner puree on rice, etc.
pomegranate / 3272 posts
DS is 15 months and still loves a good pouch once in awhile. He doesn't like to be spoon fed so when we give him yogurt (most mornings) we put it in refillable pouches.
cantaloupe / 6017 posts
7.5 months for main meals. I do give her pouches from time to time when we travel, as a snack, or if she's uninterested in the table foods.
She's still messy, but fairly efficient, probably because she's been practicing for awhile. I think if you just switch to table foods she will get better at it quickly.
GOLD / squash / 13464 posts
My 14 month old still loves pouches! She will bang on the pantry door when she wants one. Fine by me, it's a quick and easy way to get fruits and veggies in her... and she still eats three full meals and one snack of table food in addition to the pouches.
hostess / wonderful honeydew / 32460 posts
DD just stopped eating pouches. She'll be 3 in a month. I'm sad she doesn't like them anymore!
DS is 14 months old and still loves them.
pear / 1879 posts
LO (15.5 months old) still loves purees! He will eat them alongside his main meal (on the days when he decides he wants a main meal... ughhh) and sometimes as a snack on its own.