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As the mom of a 15-month-old who transitioned (slowly) from breastmilk to solids, I'll detail what worked for us. Offer solids first, then milk. Stick to this even if he doesn't eat much at the solids time, since it seems from the info you gave that weight gain isn't an issue. If he's hungry when it's time for solids, he's more likely to try them. Get ...


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Children often like to take control of their eating, and refusing is a form of control. It's easy for parents who who have been feeding their children for months to get into battles about eating, which is frustrating for both sides. It's not a reflection on you as a parent, you are trying very hard to make sure he has good nutrition like any good mother ...


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Normally, babies when they are around 4 to 6 months they become curious about the food and they begin to reach for the food from their mother plate. It becomes enjoyable and social experience when that are eating. Mos of the babies will continuing to breastfeed and to have solids. There are few reason why babies will refuse to have solid foods. Vitamin and ...


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Normally everyone will start the solids food when the kid is around 6th month. It is the right time to start the food. I would like to share that you can start with the sweet potato it has to be smooth so that LO should have any difficult while having it. And you can give cereal rice(paste or grid it) smoothly. I think you can start with the single grain ...



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