Quoting .:Mini.Me:.:" Rice does keep them fuller longer but putting it into a bottle with milk is a choking hazard so don't ... [snip!] ... that. You could just feed him a little before he sleeps, then give him a bottle. I think that's what I did with my daughter.. "
Quoting Squeaky McGee [18 wks]:" Well, hopefully she doesn't listen to you. Uncalled for? Yes. But at least the rest of us have done our research."i wasn't even suggesting she give it to her child? i was just telling her i wouldn't use it unless her child has acid reflux. i don't know her, so how was i suppose to know if her kid has it or not? chill out lol.
Quoting Sarah Bare-ah♡:" No it doesnt"
Quoting A is Me:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mama BooBoo(::</b>" "</blockquote> Ooh Good response!! ... [snip!] ... because you have any facts backing it up or real advice to offer other than your own experience with a REFLUX baby. You got me!"
Quoting Mama BooBoo(::" seriously, calm down... no need to fuss over this. i was just giving her my personal experience... i ... [snip!] ... cereal!!" i hope she listens to what you ladies told her, and doesn't give her baby rice cereal until the appropriate age(:"Then why did you give that advice. Your whole post basically indicated that it wasn't a choking hazard (it is regardless of how thick it is) and that if it was ok for your kid then it probably wouldnt hurt hers. Thats how you came across.
Quoting .:Mini.Me:.:" I know it's good for iron and it's fattening.. I liked how the rice made my daughter's poop thicker so ... [snip!] ... her lol and I would use it to thicken her carrots most of the time because it's soo watery she should almost drink it -__-"wrong its synthetic iron and doesn't absorb as well as natural iron found in breastmilk and normal unfortified foods. it can cause iron eating bacteria to grow in the belly and cause stomach issues.
Quoting Squeaky McGee [18 wks]:" Agreed. I was told by a board certified lactation consultant that that's a myth. Their bodies don't ... [snip!] ... bodies don't even produce the digestive enzymes that process starch until around 6 months, so it just goes right through them."
Quoting Kayla [ ]♥:" It's a myth AND a choking hazard."