1.Start with rice Cereal:
I started feeding cereal to my daughter when she was 6months,but she really liked it when she was 9 months old. Mix cereal with breast milk or formula in a bowl ,and you should start with a little cereal. Most importantly, you should have a lot of patience.
2.Give them fruits:
Fruits are really good, and it digest fast. They also like it because fruits are sweet. Bananas is really good and when squeezed it becomes liquid which is easier for you to feed them. My daughter also loved apple sauce and peach. Try your best to give your baby fresh fruits if possible. Every child different, so you will have to decide.
3. Homemade is the best:
Try preparing your baby food yourself ,and I know this is not an easy task. I even found out baby jar food is natural(what does it mean). The word Natural on food packages may mean nothing.
“People have come to think that ‘natural’ is synonymous with healthful, which isn’t necessarily true,” says Melina Beth Jampolis, MD, a San Francisco-based member of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians–specialists in treating obesity. “Salt is natural, but too much of it is bad for you.” Almost all foods are processed in some way ,and unless you buy your fruits and vegetables from the farmers market or grow your own much of what you eat comes from lab, factory or warehouse.