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It’s important to note that babies grow at different rates. Some may be ready to start solid foods at around 4 months of age; some later. Your own baby will begin to show you when he or she is ready.
The first step in introducing solid foods is an important one because, it not only begins to develop your baby’s enjoyment of food, but is the next stage in the development of mindful eating habits.
When you introduce solid foods you will be teaching your baby more than just how to chew food. The combined chewing and tongue action is an important precursor to speech development and the formation of word sounds.
When your baby is ready to start solids, here are some tell tale signs:
- Your baby will probably be able to sit upright when supported, with good control of the head and neck;
- May be unsettled after a bottle or breast feed – milk alone may not be sustaining your baby through the day or night;
- May wake at night when he/ she previously slept through;
- Wanting to put things in his/ her mouth – this can also be a sign of teething;
- Your baby may show interest in food eaten by others, watching you and your mouth while you are eating;
- Your baby may take small amounts of pureed food off a spoon easily and eagerly when you try the first time.