As long as your baby shows signs of readiness, your child's doctor may say you can start solids any time around 4 to 6 months. Until then, breast milk or formula provides all the calories and nourishment your baby needs.
It's chow time, baby! No matter what's on the menu, the texture of your baby's first foods should be super smooth and practically be dripping off the spoon. If you prepare your own food, you should strain, puree, or finely mash it, and then thin i...
Giving your baby his or her first taste of solid food is a major milestone. Here's what you need to know before your baby takes that first bite.
Starting your baby on solids will be a bumpy ride, guaranteed. Here's some of the best advice from experts and moms on how to introduce your child to solid food.
Introducing solid foods to your baby is a really big milestone. This milestone is a lot of fun and a lot of worries as well.