Here are a few quick tips to get you started in making an organic delicious, nutritious diet for your new little one.
Beginners: First food experience. Make sure that the consistancy of the food is like breastmilk/water. The way to create this stage is add water until the food is liquidy.
Advanced: Once your little one has the “jist” of eating and are proficient in getting those beginners foods in, it is time to move on to the advanced stage. To do this just add a little less water to each batch, slowly thickening it up.
Pros: Once your little one has the advnaced stage down you can move to small finger foods. This is just taking what you were pureeing and dicing it into very small bites so they can pick them up with their little fingers and learn how to eat all on their own.
What You Need:
What foods to use:
*NOTE on MEAT: It is advised (IPCA4Kids) to not feed a baby meats until they have cut their first molars (this is usally around 1 year of age for most, some earlier, some later) I have never given my babies “meat” as a babyhood, they have gotten it as a small finger food after their first molars!