Eating newborn in 9 months

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Closer to a year of his your baby is able to chew the own items of food. Feeding a baby at 9 months are of reasonable proportions between breast milk, pureed food and food that the child receives in a form of highly little pieces.

At this phase of life a child natural natural milk want be no more than a 3-rd of a total diet. All in all, a newborn of 9 months must eat about 1, 200 meals every day may. Juices, kompotiki and h2o do not count.

Certainly ready puree and cereal can be purchased at specialty children's stores, but it will be beneficial to prepare them yourself.

At 9 weeks, a newborn need give purees of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs. Cabbage, squash, beets, turnips, apples, pears, peas, carrots, varied types of fresh cabbage are converted into puree and blend well with chopped onions, parsley and dill. If the crumbs do not similar about vegetables, so It is possible to give them at least twice and yet boil water replacement.

At this age the baby along has a few teeth, so it can cope with little items of diet food. But to give a items to be extremely accurate. 1st, about 0.5 of the veg puree no frays, but a extremely small warming up with a fork. Newborn puree with items need give the kid a very little spoon. It is possible to give little pieces of crackers crumbs, biscuits. Increase the number of items to be more gradually is good to 1st fresh vegetables mash with a spoon with a fork, and after a baby learns to chew, cut into small pieces.

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