9 months old baby

Question: I want a diet chart for my baby

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Answer: Hello dear. Let me give you a few recepies for your 9 month old baby: Breastmillk or formula plus Pureed fruits like banana, pears, peaches, apples. Pureed vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes. Small amounts of curds. You can include soft noodles, rice and soft bread. To serve extra protein you can give nuts and dried fruits. Make sure your baby is not allergic to nuts. Take care.
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