Most babies are not ready for solid foods, including infant cereals, until they are about 6 months old, though some babies could be ready a month or two…

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Babies need only breast milk or formula for the first 4 months of life. Avoid giving your infant juice or food (including cereal) until at least 4 months…

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Starting a baby on solid food is a major milestone, but you shouldn’t introduce rice cereal too early. Doing so poses a few different risks. So wait until…

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The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends exclusive breast-feeding for the first six months after birth. But by ages 4 months to 6 months, most babies are ready to…

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When your little one is just starting on solids, spoon-feed your baby a small amount of infant cereal once or twice a day, ideally just after he’s been…

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Plain yogurt. Both Greek and standard yogurt are both great options for baby and toddlers. Greek yogurt is strained three times, making it have a thicker consistency as…

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Yogurt is a great food for most babies and toddlers! A 2-4 oz serving of whole milk yogurt at mealtimes or snack times is perfect! It is packed…

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But even then, pediatricians don’t recommend giving babies juice often. That’s because it adds extra calories without the balanced nutrition in formula and breast milk. Drinking too much…

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Avoid giving a baby or toddler soda, juice, or sugar water in a bottle. Don’t dip your child’s pacifier in sugar, juice, or any other sweet stuff. As…

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