February 20, 2020
A Printable Guide to Starting Baby on Solid Foods:
The American Academy of Pediatrics says you should start your child on solids between 4 and 6 months. Here are some things you should know plus a printable food guide for baby's first year.
It's important to remember that this should not replace breast milk or formula. Solids should be a used as a complement to breast-feeding or formula feeding as they provide the nutrients your newborn needs.
Wondering if your baby is ready to start solids? Here are some things you can look for:
If your answer is yes to these questions, you should ask your pediatrician if they agree it’s time to add solids to baby’s diet.
As a parent, you know life is a just a little easier when you are prepared and feeding time is no different! The following products will help prepare you and your little one for this new and exciting milestone.
Bazzle Baby Product Spotlight:
The Bazzle Baby GoBib is the perfect feeding accessory and a must-have for messy mealtimes! This innovative bib has a built-in pocket to catch food & easily folds all the mess into a ball for easy clean-up.
Foods to Avoid:
Get ready for some messy fun! You are taking the steps to build a lifetime of healthy, happy eating!
Printable Baby Food Guide for First 12 Months: Printable Baby Food Guide
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