The First Solidish Food

June 24, 2009

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5 thoughts on “The First Solidish Food

  1. Commercially prepared baby formulas are FDA-regulated to provide babies all the nutrients they need. They come in three main forms:

    * Powders. The least expensive option, these are usually mixed with water – one scoop to two ounces of water.
    * Liquid concentrates . Pricier than powders, these are generally diluted with an equal part of water.
    * Ready-to-use baby formulas. Often the most expensive and convenient, ready-to-use formulas can be poured straight into baby’s bottle.

    Enjoy!

  2. I breastfeed her when she wakes up(8AM), then around 11AM – oatmeal and a fruit. She breastfeeds every 2-3 hours until we do dinner around 7PM – rice cereal and a veggie. Breastfeed once more before bed and sometimes once in the middle of the night.

  3. Hi Tony, may I know how long do we need to breadfeed a baby? 3 months after born or 6 months period? My wife is asking for it because my baby will born before Christmas.

  4. Hi Tony, may I know how long do we need to breadfeed a baby? 3 months after born or 6 months period? My wife is asking for it because my baby will born before Christmas.

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