Re: Any Good Books?
I'm also drawing a blank on books, but these are useful webpages:
Is my baby ready for solid foods?
How do we get started with solids?
Why Delay Solids?
I would also search the solids forum for threads on baby-led solids- lots of interesting info on skipping the spoon and going right to self-feeding!
ETA: Just one last note- solids aren't really "extra" when it comes to the baby's diet. Every time you feed your kid solids, you're replacing some breastmilk that he would have eaten. Since breastmilk is the healthiest stuff your baby's ever going to eat, it makes sense to try to maximize the intake of breastmilk, and keep solids relatively minimal in the baby's diet, especially at first.
Last edited by @llli*mommal; April 19th, 2010 at 07:13 PM.
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