Is your baby turning four months and already showing a lack of concern in breast milk? After four months, you will notice that your baby would be getting active more than ever. He will be curious and keen about everything around him. Introducing solid food to your baby is no less than a milestone. Here are some top ideas for your 4-month-old baby as they begin the journey of their new milestone.
There is no fixed standard as to when babies are ready to take solid foods. Some are ready at four months while some get ready a little later. There are some cues that you should look for when it is time to begin giving your little one solid food.
When a new baby arrives in the family, it is the most magical time for everyone. However, other siblings might feel jealous but there are ways to prepare them for such situations so that they also welcome the newbie with open arms and feel excited upon the arrival of the new member in their family.
If your baby is 6 months old and ready to take solid food then here is what you need to do. Always remember that at this age you should still be giving plenty of breast milk or formula. Solid food works just like a supplement at this age, however, baby first food should be pureed foods which could be cereal like rice or oatmeal.