24/06/2024 5:41 PM

Ready for solid | Introducing your baby to solid food is an exciting milestone in their development. It marks the beginning of a journey towards exploring new tastes and textures. Here are a few things to consider as you navigate this new phase:

  1. Age and readiness: Most babies are ready for solid food around the age of 6 months. However, every child is different, and it’s important to look for signs of readiness, such as sitting up with minimal support and showing interest in food.
  2. Start simple: Begin with single-ingredient foods, such as mashed bananas, pureed sweet potatoes, or rice cereal mixed with breast milk or formula. This allows your baby to get used to new flavors one at a time.
  3. Go slow: Start with small spoonfuls and gradually increase the amount as your baby becomes more comfortable. Remember, their primary source of nutrition will still be breast milk or formula.
  4. Food consistency: In the beginning, baby food should be smooth and runny. As your little one gets used to eating, you can gradually increase the texture, offering mashed or finely chopped foods.
  5. Variety is key: Introduce a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, and proteins to provide essential nutrients. This also helps develop your baby’s taste preferences and expose them to a diverse range of flavors.
  6. Allergenic foods: Allergenic foods like peanuts, eggs, and shellfish can be introduced after consulting with your pediatrician. It’s advisable to introduce these foods one at a time and carefully observe any allergic reactions.
  7. Safety first: Always ensure that the food you offer is age-appropriate, properly cooked, and free of choking hazards. Avoid added sugars, salt, honey, and unpasteurized foods during the first year.

Remember, every baby is unique, and they may have their own preferences and pace of development. Enjoy this special phase of discovering new foods with your little one, and don’t hesitate to consult your pediatrician if you have any concerns or questions along the way. Happy feeding!


Rata2 bagi contoh lebih kurang sama ketika Mommy studi semula tanda baby Ariq Emir dah boleh diperkenalkan solid food atau belum. Antaranya:

  • Kepala bayi tegak dan tidak bergoyang ketika dalam keadaan badannya tegak.
  • Boleh duduk dengan sedikit sokongan daripada orang dewasa.
  • Berat badannya sekurang-kurangnya dua kali ganda daripada berat lahirnya.
  • Menunjukkan tanda-tanda lapar walaupun telah disusukan lapan hingga sepuluh kali.
  • Menunjukkan minat terhadap makanan yang dimakan oleh orang dewasa.
  • Bayi anda juga mungkin akan cuba untuk mencapai makanan yang sedang anda makan.
  • Tidak menolak dengan lidah atau meluahkan makanan yang disuapkan ke mulutnya.
  • Boleh mengunyah dan menelan dengan baik makanan yang disuapkan.
  • Bayi boleh memegang makanan dengan tangannya.

Baca : Kenalkan solid food kepada Hannah


Mengikut kajian Mommy terhadap Ariq Emir, dah nampak tanda2 tersebut.

So, Ariq Emir dah readyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!


Mommy, dengan penuh keterujaan, telah membeli beberapa peralatan untuk memulakan solid food Ariq Emir nih..

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