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Shallowstreams Tue 10-May-16 13:03:34

My 11 month old baby just choked on a piece of cucumber. It was horrible and he only got it up just as I was about to start first aid.

I thought babies were meant to start eating more 'normal' foods at this age, am I wrong?

ShowOfHands Tue 10-May-16 13:05:26

Can you describe what happened? Did he choke or gag? Is he new to finger foods?

Shallowstreams Tue 10-May-16 13:28:15

It wasn't a gag, went bright red and waved arms about struggling then did a massive cough and it shot out across the table

No has had lots of finger foods before such a bread, crumpets, potato wedges avocado etc. but its the first time with a harder piece of veg I guess. Maybe I did them the wrong shape as they weren't long and thin.

GoldPlatedBacon Tue 10-May-16 18:56:47

My dd is 10 months. She has finger food every day but there are some foods she seems to be struggling with and we've had a couple of choking incidents. Cucumber is one of them, I find she is better if I cut it into large Wedges rather than slices or batons. Sweetcorn is also a problem for her.

GoldPlatedBacon Tue 10-May-16 18:57:17

(large enough that she needs to use two hands to hold it)

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