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Baby's New Food Reactions Chart by Amalah

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As we introduced new foods to my son, I kept track of his reaction using a simple chart.

As we introduced new foods to my son, I kept track of his reaction using a simple chart.

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  • 1. FOODDATEDAY ONEDAY TWODAY THREEMango6/6/09GoodNothingNo! Such is Mango.Barley w/ mushrooms6/9/09GoodThumbs upWheeLentil soup (brown lentils, carrots, veggie stock, onion, thyme)6/12/09NothingFineBOO-YAHGarlic hummus 6/16/09NoneDiaper rashAll clear<br />FOODS OF DOOOOOOM!<br />Possible Reactions/Harbingers of Destruction/Things to Look Out For: colic, gassiness, spitting up, diarrhea, bloody stool, eczema, hives, diaper rash, breathing issues, any unexplained redness/swelling, cough & cold-like symptoms<br />

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