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Single-grain rice cereal
Mix a little with breast milk or formula and feed it to your baby from a rubber-tipped spoon. Start with a fairly watered-down version and gradually thicken the consis-tency as she becomes more comfortable.As she transitions to solids, she’ll only need a few teaspoons of a time.
These first foods are complements, not substitutions for breast milk or formula. Once she has the hang of eating cereal off a spoon, it’s time to introduce fruits and vegetables.
It's now okay to offer combinations—just make sure there isn’t more than one food in the mix that he hasn’t tried.
Texture-sensitive babies may start tolerating coaser purees, so fruits, vegetables, and protiens that were hard to get perfectly smooth before, like green beans and beef, may prove more acceptable to your child. At this age, babies can handle the fiber found in heartier fruits and veggies like blueberries and broccoli. It’s also a good time to introduce new forms of protein, like fish and tofu.
This chart is conservative in nature. It should not be used to replace the advice of your doctor. Foods are grouped by age relative to ease of digestibility, taste, texture and possible allergy risks for baby’s stage.
Always consult your baby’s pediatrician about introducing new foods, and feeding your baby.