baby food

Vidyakichus - posted on 04/29/2015 ( 9 moms have responded )

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I have 3 month baby girl. Which type of food i can give her?

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Jodi - posted on 04/30/2015

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No need to be rude about it. I was quoting the research. Maybe this is an opportunity to learn something you didn't know. Be open to that - parenting is a journey, not a competition as to who did it exactly right or wrong......and we can only evolve on our journey if we open our minds to it, and we should learn what we can.

~~There really was no criticism intended, merely providing you with information and backing it up with some data. So please don't take it quite so personally.

Julie - posted on 04/29/2015

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No food at 3 month. You want to wait until at least 5 or 6 months. That's when you can mix a little rice cereal with breast milk or formula, pureed veggies then pureed fruit.

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Valeria - posted on 04/30/2015

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My pediatrician said I can start introducing solids at 4 months. "Introducing" but is most recommended at 6 months. I personally introduced my baby solids at about 5 months but it was only for him to start tasting not feeding him, I didn't actually feed him solids until he turned 6 months since he is a big baby and then I HAD to do 3 meals a day. I do rice cereal in the morning and same veggies for lunch and dinner.. For now don't worry about solids, until you're baby is ready to eat.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 04/30/2015

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Nothing yet love. When she is about 6 months, can sit up without support or assistance, and has complete control of her head and tongue. Not sooner.

Tara Lou - posted on 04/30/2015

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I believe you can start feeding your baby food from 4/5months. Not 3 though. I fed my older son from 4 months as he was a really hungry baby although I was fully breastfeeding him, I still continued to breastfeeding him until nearly 2 years. With my youngest now 3 1/2 months will not be ready to eat food he's satisfied with breast milk for now. They are both different as for every other baby.

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