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February 22, 2017
Have you ever thought about how to feed yourself? By this time in your life that comes as naturally to you as breathing, however, this is a skill that you were taught at some point. Teaching babies to self-feed is vital for healthy development. At around 8 months is when an infant will initially start to show interest in self-feeding. They may start grasping at foods and attempt to use the pincer grasp (pinching an object between their index finger and thumb) to do so. There will never be a catch-all solution for teaching babies to self-feed, but we do have a few great pointers for you.
While these steps are in no way laws of the land, they can be used as a helpful reference when you embark on the hilarious, chaotic, and beautiful journey that is teaching your baby to self-feed. With the right food, prepared properly, and with the correct utensils you can teach your baby to feed themselves with ease. Together with unconditional encouragement and consistent practice, your baby will self-feed as naturally as they breathe.
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