we've been traditional led weaning however, came across a problem today when we went to a restaurant and we forgot to pack our jar of food for convienience, luckily LO wasn't hungry, but I was stumped as to what I could give her.
she's 5 and a a half months is she too young for proper solids? can she have things like brocolli to suck on? I ended up giving her some mashed suede which she didn't like.
So what are my do's and don'ts? I know she can't have dairy as in milk till 1, but when can I give her say bread and butter? would cauliflower/broccoli etc of been ok?
What else is there I can try?
P.S Also I always thought I could just dish up what we were having to an extent and let her get on with it, but when can she have mice meat? or spaghetti? I know she can't have gravy coz of salt content so many questions lol
After 6 months anything is fine, apart from stuff like pate, honey and nuts. Cows milk is fine in cooking but needs to be full fat, can also be used on cereal, just not as a drink before 12 months old. I gave Keagan soft veg like carrot sticks and broccoli before 6 months.
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