7 months old baby

Question: 7 month baby food chart

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Answer: Hi, you can try introducing the baby to finger foods like boiled vegetables just arrange them in a plate and give , also can give the food decorated with some smileys etc., so that she get attracted to her to eat the food. You can give your baby boiled smashed veggies, apples, fruit juices , dal pani, smashed rice , egg yolk, paneer, ghee butter, yogurt etc . food should be well cooked, soft and easy to digest , remember to follow the 3 days-wait-rule. One time breastfeeding is important. Hope this helps.
Answer: Hi, you can try introducing baby to finger foods like boiled vegetables just arrange them in a plate and give , also can give the food decorated with some smileys etc., so that baby get attracted to her to eat the food. You can give your baby boiled smashed veggies, apples, fruit juices , dal pani, smashed rice , egg yolk, paneer, ghee butter, yogurt etc . food should be well cooked, soft and easy to digest , remember to follow the 3 days-wait-rule. One time breastfeeding is important. Hope this helps.
Answer: Hello dear U can give ur baby : Dark-green, leafy vegetables, such as spinach. Soft, cooked meat, fish, and poultry. Hard-boiled or well-cooked eggs. Lentils and other cooked pulses. Different types of breads chunks of ripe avocado cooked pasta shapes. unsalted nut butters.
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