If your baby is at or nearing the time to eat solid foods, you may be confused about the right approach.
- Should you start at 4 months or 6 months?
- With rice cereal or whole foods?
- Purees or finger foods?
Your pediatrician may not be giving you updated advice. Learn what the current recommendations are and what you may want to consider in choosing the right path for you and your baby.
Here are some posts about introducing solids I wrote myself:
- Why We Chose Baby Led Weaning
- How to Prevent Choking During Baby Led Weaning
- Starting Solids - The Facts Behind Today's Media Hype
- Starting Solids - Can Babies Be Ready Before 6 Months & How Will I Know?
- Is my baby ready for solid foods?
- Start Solids: Waiting Is Worth It
- Infant Feeding
- Easy Homemade Baby Food
- What is Baby Led Weaning and is it the right approach to Introducing Solid Foods?
- Baby Led Weaning
- Gill Rapley, author of Baby Led Weaning
- White Out: Save America's babies from obesity
- Why Ditch Infant Cereals
- 9 Good Reasons Not to Use Rice Cereal
- Will giving formula or solids at night help baby to sleep better?
- Baby Led Weaning: Introducing Solid Foods to Your Baby
Or you can sign up for my Introducing Solids Online Course.
If you'd rather read a wider variety of the sources I've used to make my own decisions, I have those, too.