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August 7, 2017
Note to mamas reading this: the topic of when and what first foods you should feed your baby can be somewhat controversial. Before feeding your baby solids, be sure to do your own research and speak with your pediatrician. Remember to trust your instincts and do what you feel is best for your little one!
Feeding your baby solids for the first time is an exciting time. Besides having to invest in a high chair, this also means your little one is growing up and has met a major milestone. The question remains: when and what should your baby eat first?
Many pediatricians recommend starting solids at about four to six months old, but never before the four month old mark. Milk should still be the primary source of food at this time, but slowly introducing solids prepares baby for later in life. Check out the infographic below to learn how your baby's belly grows — you can see why they start drinking more milk as the days progress!
The Honest blog by Dr. Tanya Altmann, “Best First Foods for Baby According to a Pediatrician” is a great resource to reference for what your little one should chow down on first. Here are some of the best and most nutritious foods that Dr. Tanya Altmann, pediatrician and mother herself, recommend.
Of course, the five foods above are only recommendations. There are plenty of other nutritious foods out there for your baby to try. Also, if you do not succeed with one food, do not hesitate to try it again later. Remember that babies are not used to these weird, odd textures in their mouth and it can take time for them to warm up to solids.
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