When newborns are six months old, it’s time to start introducing them to semi-solids or puree. Babies are accustomed to their mothers’ milk; thus, transitioning them to something other than breast milk is a challenging undertaking for most mothers. One thing to keep in mind is that you should only introduce one food item at a time. Do not combine with other foods.
Suji kheer is an excellent dish to start. So, for the most part, babies adore suji kheer. Suji is also easily digestible. To roast suji properly, take extreme caution. Allow three to four days for your baby to become accustomed to suji kheer if your infant is eating well and has normal bowel movements. Then give them another food item to try. You can have some fruit this time. Apples are a fantastic place to start when it comes to fruits.
If your infant refuses to eat anything, don’t worry. It’s natural because children get too accustomed to what they consume. Do not compel them to consume food. Most importantly, offer them in little quantities. Because if the food does not digest properly, kids may experience constipation. You can add additional foods to their diet after a month. When a baby cries, it could be because they don’t like the food or because they’re throwing tantrums.
Babies enjoy their meals while also engaging in certain activities. This will keep them occupied while they finish their meal. They can play more actively when their stomachs are full. Choose foods based on their baby’s preferences. Do not mindlessly follow others. Keep in mind that each infant is unique. Every infant has its distinct preferences.
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