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10 weeks is waaaaaay too young. If he's looking at food it isn't because he's hungry. At that age, which is still newborn stage how could he know what it is? He's looking at it because the shape, the colour, the movement as it goes from your plate to your mouth is interesting. If he's gaining weight as he should, keep on doing what you're doing. And ignore unsolicited advice.
Your baby is cluster feeding it's normal for babies to breast feed more frequently, for longer periods and always at dinner time, it's supposed to be so they sleep better at night, mine never did though.
Way to early. 6 months is what is recommended now so I'd stick with that. Plus its so much easy when they just have milk especially if your breastfeeding, no dishes, mess or cleaning required.
Keep BFing, every so often they have periods of cluster feeding, which is how your body will know to make more milk for the growing demand of your growing baby. It's a pain in the bum, but it will settle down soon. It is definitely too early for purée- you're right, the current recommendation is 6 months. It's exciting at first to try them out on food, but once you've started its a pain in the bum lol and you'll dream of the 'easy' days when you could just pop a boob out!
Way too young. People used to say the same to me about my kids, I gave up saying no and either stayed silent or changed the subject. I went with the recommended 4 months with my older 2 and 5.5 months with my youngest (really he was about 6 days off 6 months).
At four months they can have tastes but not more than a bit to suck off their fingers or something. Before that just milk.
suggestion is after 4months but before 7months. too early or too late and they can loose intrest or become easily frustrated and just give up
Started from 3 months with both kids with no issues, they didn't eat a whole lot but enjoyed tasting. Got go ahead from dr before hand.
Both good eaters still.
Don't both with rice cereal/farex. It tastes revolting!
Might be worth checking with GP especially if there are any allergies in the family but as the recommendations change all the time and might not suit your child anyway, juust do what you feel comfortable with. :)