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  1. Yes, you can, but you might be smarter to use frozen pumpkin. There are concerns about BPA that lines cans.

    2 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 04/05/2012

  2. If I were you, to be safe, I would fry it until there is no pink left in it, then puree it. You don't want your baby choking on it, because steak is super tough!

    10 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 17/02/2011

  3. the formula i use is a one scoop to 2 ounces. you always do water first then the 3 and a half scoops to the 7 ounces. i also used the platex drop ins to what i did was do a scoop shake it down a little bit then do the other scoops so there was room...

    10 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 04/05/2010

  4. ...destroy or lose them. Just make sure that you use a cup that is BPA free - most are this way now so it should no be hard to find. Best...

    1 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 13/05/2010

  5. ...rail with double knots - this is why all cribs should come with the BPA free teethers built on the rails. :-/ I actually have...

    2 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 03/02/2010

  6. The one we have is BPA Free - is this the one you have? http://www.amazon.com/First-Years-Take-Feeding-Variety/dp/B000FGG8TG

    3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 01/02/2010

  7. I do not see anything wrong with microwaving the water by itself to get it warm, but nuking mixed formula is not a good thing. Microwaving food changes the chemistry of it, therefore changing the nutrients as well because heating...

    11 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 18/11/2009

  8. ...39;t give her gas. And now they make them in glass too, no BPA! Oh! And you could also try getting her a crib wedge...

    9 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 06/11/2009

  9. ...asleep. Glass is better or if you do opt for plastic go for the bpa and pthalas (sp) free type plastics. There is also...

    8 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 20/08/2009

  10. that's absolutely fine. The baby won't be eating out of the shields or pump so only the bottles/nipples need to be bpa free.

    1 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 22/07/2009

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