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IS YOUR BABY READY FOR SOLID FOODS?

Babies might be ready for solid foods when they are around 6 months old, can sit up on their own and show interest in your food.

In this video you’ll learn how to know if your baby is ready for solids, why it is not recommended to start too early and how to make the perfect first food for your baby.

Check out TexasWIC.org for more tips on when to introduce solid foods.

FEEDING BABY FROM 6 TO 7 MONTHS

It’s exciting to see your baby eat for the first time!

Once your baby shows she’s ready for solid foods, this is the video for you – you’ll see tips on how to introduce new foods and what kinds of foods to offer. Get ready – things are about to get messy!

Check out TexasWIC.org for more tips on first foods to introduce to your baby and what to know about food allergies.

FEEDING BABY FROM 8 TO 12 MONTHS

As your baby gets a little older and is comfortable eating pureed foods, it’s time to start offering more of the foods that the rest of the family is eating. Learn about what foods are safe for babies, and which to avoid.

TexasWIC.org has great tips and ideas for all families on what to feed your baby from 8-12 months.

Need more help?

For more information and tips on introducing solid foods and feeding your baby through the first year and beyond, visit TexasWIC.org.

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