Easy Foods to Get Baby Eating Solids Well 10 Foods to Kick Solids Into High Gear February 19, 2010 Share This link Easy Foods to Get Baby Eating Solids Well 4 / 13 by babysugar 2 Save 0 Favorite 0 Previous 4 / 13 Next by babysugar 2 ‹ Back to Homepage Save 0 Favorite 0 Follow POPSUGAR Mom & Kids Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners Julianne Hough Gets Extensions (We're Shedding a Tear for Her Short Hair) Paul Walker Died from Effects of 'Traumatic and Thermal Injuries,' Autopsy Confirms Baby Elaina's Mom, Ex-Boyfriend Guilty in Girl's Death Prince William Plays Volleyball with Future Coaches More News at PEOPLE.com/babies Rob Kardashian Is Making Women's Tights Now -- Why, God, Why? Robert Pattinson Almost Wasn't Edward Cullen Because of This Actor Kim and Kanye's Wedding Plans Are Even More Over-the-Top Than We Imagined 'Shahs of Sunset' Recap: Reza Unleashes More News at The Stir Simon Cowell to have a 'smoking room' once the baby arrives Robbie Williams still gets high, will buy Teddy drugs Kim Zolciak names twins after psychic, ob-gyn doctor Megan Fox's senses are on overdrive with pregnancy two More News at BabyCenter popsugar live! NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now Sponsored Links Subscribe to POPSUGAR Subscribe now to get instantly addictive email delivered to your inbox! Daily Sales & Arrivals Celebrity & Entertainment Featured Shops Fitness Fashion & Beauty Living Must Have ShopStyle Search Top BrandsMuddOld NavyMelissa & DougNikeConverseOsh KoshGymboreeTommy Hilfiger Top Searchespbs kids gomath helpfun games for girlsbaby turtlesnike shoes for kidsbaby giraffepreschool gamesscience games Top Communities Moms of College Kids Working Moms teenage mothers/young mothers mums over 40 ..........with children of all ages... Toddler Moms Potty Training Toddlers Stay at Home Moms Christian mommies After Pregnancy: Babies and Infants Recipe Swap SolidsBaby FoodList Link Love Mom forced to stop feeding baby homemade formulaBabyCenter BlogThe easiest ways to save on organic food — The StirA look inside Fergie's second baby shower — Celebrity Baby ScoopDanielle Jonas debuts her baby bump — People Moms & Babies7 light and fresh recipes to take you through Summer — FitPregnancyDoes where you live affect your risk for PPD? — The BumpWhere to find the best deals on school supplies — Real SimpleNow this is how you announce a pregnancy! — HuffPost Parents 2 Comments Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! U2forlife 3 years Completely agreed, Anonymous. Children under 1 should not be eating products with milk or eggs, as allergies are very likely (as seen in my little one who is allergic to both) and even without the presence of allergies their bodies just cannot digest these ingredients properly. The suggestion to feed a baby french toast is irresponsible since it contains eggs. And, fishsticks should absolutely be avoided. Children under two should not be eating fish or shellfish. Again, the potential for allergies is too dangerous at any age before. And, fried tater tots? And hard apples in a chip form? And snow peas in their pods? These just aren't appropriate foods for older infants and as a mother, this slideshow upsets me. There are people who will heed the advice in this slideshow and it could prove to be extremely dangerous for their children. This should be removed. 3 years Many of these foods pose an extreme choking hazard, including apples, bell peppers, sausages and uncooked carrots. I wouldn't give these foods to a 2 yr old (without cutting them into very small pieces) much less my 8 month old. This article seems hastily thrown together and even irresponsible. You Might Also Like Art Jan 08, 2007 Dog-Human Suckling Its Young Baby Sep 25, 2013 15 Unexpected and Original Names For Baby Boys Humor Mar 23, 2008 Flashback: 1947 Guide to Popularity Advice Feb 05, 2011 "I'm Thinking of Having an Affair With Another Woman"