Question: My son is 14 months old.. he does not walk
Answer: Dear usually babies walk between 10 to 18 months so please do not worry there is still time where your baby can start walking. And also if your baby has started crawling and standing with support then it is a good news that your baby is on the move and very soon he will be taking that first step without support. Hope it helps.
Question: My son is 13 months old and still teeth does not appear..is it normal
Answer: Hi dear don't worry this is a normal for some baby you can wait till 1.5 years even after that your baby don't get any teeth or any sign of tooth coming out you can cancel any dentist because when babies get a low calcium supplement problem may arise try to add more calcium supplemented food in his diet try to give more milk and Milk products like paneer Tofu soya bean dates are soaked almonds wait for wait for few months even after he didn't get any sign of teeth coming out please consult doctor there are few test available like calcium test vitamin test and Dev test route of the baby don't worry give some healthy food in soon Hill get his Bunny teeth out
Question: My son is 7 months old but he does not eat anything.what should i do?
Answer: At 6 or 7 months old, some infants may eat 4-6 ounces of food per day while babies who are just starting solids at 6 or 7 months of age may beeating only 1-2 ounces per day.
What to feed
Breast milk or formula, PLUS.
Pureed vegetables (sweet potatoes, squash)
Pureed fruit (apples, bananas, peaches)
Pureed meat (chicken, pork, beef)
Semi-liquid, iron-fortified cereal.
Small amounts of unsweetened yogurt (no cow's milk until age 1)
Some finger food favorites: O-shaped toasted oat cereal; small chunks of banana or other very ripe, peeled fruit like mango, plum, pear, peach, cantaloupe, or seedless watermelon; small cubes of tofu; well-cooked pasta spirals, cut into pieces; thin cheese strips or very small chunks of cheese; cut-up seedless grapes ...
Most pediatricians recommend starting your infant on Yogurt around 7-8 months of age. Some pediatricians also recommend yogurtas a great first food (from 6 months+). Selecting a Whole Milk Yogurt is the most beneficial to your infant as babies need fats in their diets for proper growth.