Breastfeeding Advice

See baby eating one of his first solid meals. One sign that your baby is ready for solids is that your baby has control over his head and neck muscles. Baby's first foods should remain as liquid as possible, since your baby will not be able to eat "solids" until teething has taken place.

Your baby's first meal may not be a big one! In fact, the first meals after breastfeeding may only require two teaspoons of liquified foods. Organic baby foods are one option that mothers are turning to in order to provide their children with the healthiest start possible.

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