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Right Time to Start Solid Food for the Baby As you find your baby is growing well, you need to familiar with her/his habits. You also need to understand her digestive system when your baby becomes six months old. You need not worry to give your baby solid food before six months because infant digestive system cannot digest solid food. Even first stage of cereals is not recommended for less than six months old baby.

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kishan madhesiya Posted: Friday, July 26, 2013 12:29:52 PM(UTC)
7:00 – Wake and Breast milk or Formula
9:00 – Breakfast
10:00 or 10:30 – Morning Nap (at least 1 hour)
11:00 – Breast milk or Formula plus snack
1:00 – Lunch
2:00 or 2:30 – Early Afternoon Nap (at least 1 hour)
3:00 – Breast milk or Formula plus snack
5:00 – Dinner
6:15 – Begin bedtime routine
7:00 – Breast milk or Formula and Bedtime (goal to be asleep at this time)

Schedule 2

7:00 – Wake
7:15 – Breakfast plus Breast milk / Formula feeding
9:15 – Snack
10:00 or 10:30 – Morning Nap (at least 1 hour)
12:00 – Lunch plus Breast milk / Formula feeding
2:00 or 2:30 – Afternoon Nap (at least 1 hour)
3:30 – Snack
5:00 – Dinner plus Breast milk / Formula feeding
6:15 – Begin bedtime routine
7:00 – Small BM/Formula feeding (possibly) and Bedtime (goal to be asleep at this time)
kishan madhesiya Posted: Friday, July 26, 2013 12:29:05 PM(UTC)
Meal Suggestions

Oatmeal: Start with any unsweetened oats. Make it with breast milk, formula, water, or even juice. For some variety, stir in banana slices or jarred or home-steamed fruit, such as pears or apples.
Pancakes or waffles: Try to use a whole-grain mix. Add just a bit of wheat germ for a health boost. For some variety, top with pureed fruit -- avoid sugary (and non-nutritious) syrup.
Eggs: Add a tablespoon of cottage cheese and scramble. For some variety, turn eggs into a lunch by mixing in mashed tofu or a softened vegetable.


Grilled cheese: Use whole-wheat bread, shredded cheese (which melts easily), and a little butter. Cut the sandwich into bites before serving. For some variety, try using two cheese, such as cheddar and mozzarella, or adding a thinly sliced avocado.
Yogurt: Stick to unsweetened yogurt -- babies don't know any better. For flavor, add jarred or home-steamed fresh fruit. For some variety, try stirring in wheat germ and combining several fruits for new tastes.
Sandwich: Only use a small amount of peanut butter, because it's a choking hazard, and spread thinly. Use very soft bread and cut off the crusts. For some variety, try cooked egg yolks, avocado, hummus, and cream cheese as the "middle" ingredients.
Soup: Broil broth with soft veggies and noodles. Serve lukewarm -- not hot -- and only a little at a time. For some variety, add mashed beans, well-shredded meats, or shredded cheese.
Macaroni and cheese: Try making it from scratch: toss soft, whole-wheat noodles cooked in broth with butter and shredded cheese. For some variety, stir in pureed green vegetables, such as peas, spinach, or broccoli, or mix with mashed beans or shredded meat.


Baked potato: Remove the potato from its skin and mash in butter, cheese, and soft veggies. Or put it through a mini food processor with veggies, cheese, butter, and broth. For some variety, try a mix of sweet and white potatoes, or mash in tofu, meats, and beans.
Pasta/rice/couscous: Run it through a mini food processor with a sauce. If you're using a package, use the seasoning sparingly. For some variety, add cooked veggies, such as zucchini and squash or well-shredded meats.
Lasagna: Put the filling (cheese, spinach, meat, and/or sauce) through a food processor. No-cook noodles and bottled sauce can speed up the preparation. For some variety, experiment with different cheeses, veggies, and meats in the filling.
The family dinner: Don't be intimidated -- if there are no potential allergens or choking hazards, it's fair game. Just run your baby's portion through a food processor to make it into a mash. The result doesn't need to be perfectly smooth.

minesh Posted: Friday, July 26, 2013 12:20:55 PM(UTC)
is there any daily chart for diet of 11 month child.i am always confused what food i have to give to my daughter kashvi.she is weak.plz help me