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January 25, 2017
Food is an essential part of life. It’s also an important part of staying happy if you love eating as much as we do! Although eating now seems like a mindless task, we all had to learn how to eat at one point in our lives. Moving from breast milk to solid food is a daunting task for any parent. However, the process of teaching your child to eat is extremely meaningful and special. Of all the jobs a parent has, none compare to the most important, keeping your child healthy.
Food is an integral part of this mission. Your baby has to eat, and while breast-feeding has its own challenges, introducing solid food has become quite the topic of conversation among parents and professionals alike. It is important to learn from many different sources so you can be prepared for anything your baby throws at you (literally and figuratively). Here is the list we have comprised to help you prepare for whatever comes your way.
It is important to be patient and stay confident while introducing your baby to solid food. Do not give into the nerves, stay calm and remember that it is all part of the process. Not all babies progress at the same rate so do not take the fact that your baby is 4 months old and double its birth weight as a sign that you need to start feeding. Instead, focus on the physical signs: showing signs of being full, sitting up, control over tongue, etc. These signs can simply be a marker that they are ready to start practicing. Keep a camera ready and enjoy moments that you will never forget, the moments when you teach your child how to eat.
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