I've not thought about this before when it came to feedings... but my LO is 4 1/2 months (although she was born at 36wks 4dys)- so just over 3wks early.
I've read it's OK to start offering a little bit baby food around 4mos. So we recently tried this with her- but she didn't seem all too interested, even though she'll stare at my plate of food and open her mouth and make eating noises. LOL. So I thought she was ready... but didn't act so much when we tried to spoon feed a bit of baby pear puree.
I never thought about her feedings based on her adjusted age... but maybe I should? Just saw a post that showed age (and adjusted age)- and a little light bulb went off. LOL.
Generally Bliss guidelines in the Uk say to go by actual age 5-7 months rather than adjusted. At the same time however, If she was 3 days later you wouldn't need to correct her age. age correction is there for obvious development vs age issues
She doesn't sound interested but there's plenty of time. My 40 Weeker wasn't even very interested at 5 months
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