Raisins - what age?

(6 Posts)
abigboydidit Thu 31-Oct-13 07:36:24

Despite weaning DS relatively recently, I have no memory of when we gave them to him! DD is 9 months old and completely refuses to be spoon fed. She happily picks up and munches small items such as sweetcorn and squished blueberries and I was thinking about trying her with dried fruit but had a wobble that it was maybe too early.

My blueberry bill is getting out of hand and they're now getting trickier to find, so a cheaper option with a longer shelf life would be appreciated grin

mrsmartin1984 Thu 31-Oct-13 08:57:50

From six months. If they can pick them up then they can eat them

killpeppa Thu 31-Oct-13 09:03:05

when he could stick it in his mouth just. he ate paper so I felt he could cope grin

lljkk Thu 31-Oct-13 09:08:07

Doesn't matter, they never get digested anyway.

abigboydidit Thu 31-Oct-13 13:48:39

Thank you grin

abigboydidit Thu 31-Oct-13 13:53:50

Thank you grin

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