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Hi no give 2 times semisolid diet and rest of the times breastmilk or formula milk both
Hi yes you can give
Hi yes you can give
U can gv him in liquid fom like banana shek and apple juice bt before gvn make it more attractive ...
Hi no give it after 1 yr of age
Yes, you can. However, cow milk would be a better option.
Your baby can have a little to eat every few hours. Some veggies, fruits, eggs, oats and rice can all be given to your child at this age. Ensure that the food is cooked well so that it is easy for your child to chew and swallow it.
If you steam it and give it in a consistency that is easy to swallow then that would be optimum.
Feeding one's child is one of the biggest hurdles of parenthood. Here are some tips. Offer your son a wide variety to eat from which includes several different vegetables, many fruits, cereals, oats, yoghurt, cheese, fresh juices, soup, beans, lentils and milk. Prepare his dishes separately without oil, spices, and almost no salt and sugar. Ask him to select what he would like to eat from all these nutritious options. This way he is a part of the decision. Next, teach him how to eat with a spoon and to feed himself. Offer him fruits and cheese as snacks to eat on his own. Independence makes children more inclined to eat. Making eating an activity on its own. Do not allow him to watch TV or play while eating. Make him sit at the dinner table with the rest of the family, so that he knows there is a particular schedule to eat and then also will feel like a part of the family. Remember this is a passing phase. He will soon want to eat all different kinds of food as he grows older
Do not give in to his demands. You should lay out all the food on the table and all family members should sit on the table to eat. When other members serve the food in their plates you can ask him what he would like to eat from the options available. He might skip a meal or two because of being stubborn but with time he will come around and eat what is available. Try to give three to four items with each meal. Ask your son to pick other options for food that he might enjoy.