Or log in with:
Register to join the discussion, get discounts and more.
This is page 1 of 1 (This thread has 7 messages.)
When to wean your baby onto solid food? And how to do it? Read (purée-splattered) tips from other Mumsnetters
I've given my 9 (and a half) mnth old malt loaf today which he loved, but at the supermarket I noticed packets of raisins said not suitable for children under 12 months, have I done the wrong thing???Thanks
I gave DS raisins at about 10 months I think. There's less danger of choking when they're baked in something anyway, so I wouldn't worry.Some of those baby/toddler snacks have weird age restictions on - I think it's mainly to get you to buy more!I have a craving for malt loaf now. Lovely stuff
Not sure but DS2 has been having them for at least 2 months - so that will have been from 9 months old. Keeps him occupied for ages chasing them round his high chair tray
DS had raisins alone as soon as he had his pincer grip, so around 8 months. He was happily feeding himself peas etc and ate raisins in hot cross buns from very early on, so I couldn't see the problem. We've never had so much as a gag on a raisin.
DD has had them since she could pick them up herself, from about 7-8 months I think. But they did always come out in her nappy completely whole!
yes, DS had raisins from whenever he could eat them - maybe 7 or 8 months?DD almost had one the other day - she is 5 weeks (DS decided she was upset and a raisin might make her feel better!)
Join the discussion
Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.
Already registered with Mumsnet? Log in to leave your comment or alternatively, sign in with Facebook or Google.
Please login first.