To answer Rebekah, that sounds about like Lilly. She never really seems hungry for solids, but we just give them to her anyway. We first tried about a week before she turned 5 months and she wasn't interested at all. We tried a couple weeks later once she started showing interest in what Matt and I were eating and she did much better. I also noticed that she did better at school than at home. I think it's because she sits at a table at school (like the one the babies sat in on Jon & Kate back in the day) and at home she sat in a bouncy seat. I think it was easier for her to sit upright and swallow. She doesn't like the Bumbo too much, so I bought that little feeding chair last weekend (for only 29 bucks at Buy Buy Baby!) and she does soooo much better. She used to gag a lot, but I don't think she's gagged at all in the chair.
She also takes about 28-30oz of formula. She's never really gone over 30oz and we didn't change that once she started solids. She gets the same amount of formula and an 11:00 meal (usually oatmeal) and a 5:30 meal (fruit or veggie).
I hope that helps! I think solids are really confusing. I was excited to start and then once I did I was like "oh crap, one more thing to fit into the day!" But it's getting a little easier now. We even moved into the Stage 2 foods yesterday-- the Apple, Strawberry, Banana blend. From what I understand the Stage 2's are pretty much the same as Stage 1's, only they mix fruits and the containers are bigger, yet cost less.