My daughter is just over 4 month. I said all along i wasnt going to wean till 6 months but i changed my mind.
At the moment she has bottles at 7,11,2,630 She drinks 9oz at each of these bottles. She has reflux and i did try and feed her more often but she would spit it back out. It seems to much for her tummy. So i started to wean. She now has porriage at 9am which she has for 2 weeks and this wek i have given her solids at 4pm. I wasnt to give her something saviory as i dont want her to just have sweet things. What veg can i puree for her? Does when i feed her sound ok? It hasnt taken away from formula amounts at all.
U can start introducing one veggie at a time. Potatoes, sweet potatoes, parsnips, butternut squash, zucchini, etc. When u introduce one, wait 2-3 days to see how she reacts to it. Then u can introduce another veggie. Later u can start mixing them for move flavor. My LO hated almost all veggie purees, & I had to add fruit puree to them. He prefered sweet fruity taste. But when we started intorducing real food at 6.5 mnths he took all cooked veggies without problems.
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