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Old 05-24-2013, 04:39 PM
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I didn't read other responses, and I'm sure I'm duplicating someone here, BUUUT:

Children need NOTHING other than breastmilk or formula for the first 12 months. A doctor's note is not necessary.

Most parents start feeding solids around 4 months, not all do. I wouldn't require a doctor's note, but I would tell Mom (because it sounds like a big deal to you) that you would supply the food at an extra cost to her. I wouldn't push it for the health of the child, however, because the child needs milk/formula, not baby food.
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