Transition from breastmilk to solid food free
When you start to give your baby foods other than breast milk, its called weaning. Most parents consider weaning to mean completely stopping breastfeeding. Weaning is a natural stage in your babys development. Still, many mothers have mixed emotions. Its normal to feel excited at the new
The transition from breast milk or formula to solid foods is a big one, and lots of parents have questions. Read on for answers to common concerns and quick tips for making those first months of food
Fastforward to baby number three, and now I am confident on transitioning babies from nursing to solid foods. Im in the transition as we speak with my 10monthold. He literally screams if he doesnt get to eat some of the food his brothers are eating. Its really quite funny.
In answer to your question, yes, the more solid foods you give your baby, the less milk she will consume. I suggest mixing her cereal with expressed milk. Remember, breastmilk still needs to be her major source of food, at least 32 oz. a day, so if you feel she is not getting enough, cut back on the solid food.
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