Eating child in 9 weeks

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Closer to the year of his your baby is able to chew their own pieces of fresh food. Feeding a baby at 9 weeks are of reasonable proportions betwixt natural milk, pureed food and food that a newborn receives in a shape of more small pieces.

At this phase of life the newborn warm natural milk need be no more than a 3-rd of the total ration. All in all, a newborn of 9 weeks need eat around 1, 200 meals a day may. Juices, kompotiki and water do not count.

Certainly ready puree and cereal can be purchased at specialty babies's stores, but it will be helpful to prepare them yourself.

At 9 weeks, a newborn should give purees of fruits, vegetables and herbs. Fresh cabbage, squash, beets, turnips, apples, pears, peas, carrots, various types of fresh cabbage are converted into puree and blend correctly with chopped onions, parsley and dill. If a crumbs do not same some vegetables, then you can give them at least twice and still seethe water replacement.

At this age a child along has a any teeth, however it may cope with small pieces of fresh food. But to give the items to be highly accurate. First, about the size of 1/2 of a veggie puree no frays, but a more small warming up with a fork. Newborn puree with items should give the kid a highly little spoon. It is possible to give little items of crackers crumbs, biscuits. Increase the number of items to be highly gradually is best to first vegetables mash with a fork, and later a baby learns to chew, cut into little pieces.

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