Sometime around 6 months but not before 4 months, depending on their developmental signs, your baby will be ready to start on the exciting journey of learning how to eat.
It’s tough knowing what is supposed to happen when it's all a brand new experience. Here are a few things to expect during the early months.
It’s normal to wonder whether your baby's getting enough milk, read here for some guidance.
Babies will be ready for solids at some time between four and six months, but not before four months because their digestive system isn’t ready. Read more here.
Your baby has a lot more taste buds than you do. Check out our guide of foods to start with here.
Baby rice cereals are iron-fortified so they are an excellent way to boost your baby's iron intake. Read more here.
Your baby's neck and head muscles will be stronger and they'll be able to hold their head up when they're lying on their tummy. Read more here.
This age is jam packed with fun stuff. Read what to expect here.
Somewhere between four and six months the extrusion reflex should disappear. Read more here.
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