Eating newborn in 9 weeks


Closer to the year of his life newborn is able to chew their own pieces of fresh food. Feeding a baby at 9 weeks are of reasonable proportions betwixt natural milk, pureed diet food and fresh food that the child receives in a shape of more small items.

At this phase of life the newborn breast natural milk need be no more than a third of a total diet. All in all, a child of 9 months want eat size 1, 200 meals every day can. Juices, kompotiki and aqua do not count.

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

At 9 months, a baby want give purees of fruits, vegetables and herbs. Fresh cabbage, squash, beets, turnips, apples, pears, peas, carrots, different types of cabbage are converted into puree and mix up properly with chopped onions, parsley and dill. If a crumbs do not similar any vegetables, then you can give them at least twice and yet boil aqua replacement.

At this age the baby along has a some teeth, as it may cope with small pieces of food. But to give a items to be more accurate. First, some half of a veggie puree no frays, but a very little warming up with a fork. Newborn puree with items must give the kid a extremely little spoonful. It is possible to give small items of crackers crumbs, biscuits. Increase a number of pieces to be highly gradually is good to first raw vegetables mash with a fork, and after the child learns to chew, cut into little pieces.

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