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ElleyMom of a 5 m old boy4 days ago
Its better to give stewed apple and carrot puree as these both I have given to my baby in 5month and he happily ate.
Monika ShekhawatMom of a 1 yr 1 m old boy1 week ago
banana
Amrita SenguptaMom of a 5 m old girl2 weeks ago
In reply to Shruti
When our daughter completed six months and it was time to introduce her to solids, our paediatrician told us- feed her all that you eat, of course by introducing each veggie/fruit/rice/roti etc, one by one, to check for allergies, if any. We maintained the consistency/softness of whatever we fed her according to her teeth, gradually changed it with the growing number of teeth. Only grated, if required, but never pureed, as our paediatri mentioned that babies need to appreciate both texture and flavour. We haven't given her cerelac or the like or cooked special food for her. Thanks to the advice, now at 20 months, she practically eats everything that we eat. Incidentally "karela" is her favourite!
hi please suggest a diet chart for week wise initial solid introduction, like morning this, lunch that.... please
Dr. Betty JaniceMom of a 5 m old girl3 weeks ago
In reply to Neha
i am going to feed my baby moong dal for the first time.she is of 6 months.should i blend daal and strain it ? or just strain it without blending so that she only gets water? plz suggest
Dont give dal water as it displaces the nutrients present in BM/ Formula..hand mash the dal and feed
swati jainGuardian of 2 children3 weeks ago
I have started solids by giving bananas and papaya initially . All in mashed form not in puree form. This helps babies to learn how to chew from initial stage .
ShrutiMom of a 2 yr 6 m old girl9 months ago
When our daughter completed six months and it was time to introduce her to solids, our paediatrician told us- feed her all that you eat, of course by introducing each veggie/fruit/rice/roti etc, one by one, to check for allergies, if any. We maintained the consistency/softness of whatever we fed her according to her teeth, gradually changed it with the growing number of teeth. Only grated, if required, but never pureed, as our paediatri mentioned that babies need to appreciate both texture and flavour. We haven't given her cerelac or the like or cooked special food for her. Thanks to the advice, now at 20 months, she practically eats everything that we eat. Incidentally "karela" is her favourite!
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Shanu DayalMom of a 7 m old girl1 month ago
i am using weaning suggest by doctor
Minu AkhilMom of a 4 yr 1 m old boy2 months ago
my kid is 4 yrs now and he does not chew food. always swallows. even when I give biscuits he gets choked. please suggest how to handle
nainaMom of a 9 m old boy2 months ago
In reply to Zahabiya Dhanpurwala
Rice Water, Dal puree, tomato soup, kheer, and khichdi
How to make tamato saup plz tell me
Mamatha T RGuardian of 3 children5 months ago
ragi cerelac, banana, chikoo, boiled apple upto 10months old baby, sweet potato, carrot
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