Answer: Congratulations on your new born and welcome to the motherhood.
Weaning is easiest when your child begins to lose interest in nursing, and that can happen any time after she starts eating solids (around 4 to 6 months). Some babies are more interested in solid food than breast milk by 12 months, after they've tried a variety of foods and can drink from a cup. Keep your baby on just milk, whether it's breastmilk or formula, until the end of his fourth month (17 weeks). This is the earliest recommended age for weaning. If you do decide to start your baby on solids between four and six months, it's safest not to give your baby foods he could react to .
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Question: Weaning start
Answer: Hello dear. It is up to you and your baby to decide when the time is right. However, it is recommended that all babies be exclusively breastfed for six months, then gradually introduced to appropriate family foods after six months while continuing to breastfeed for two years or beyond.
Few of the steps are:
Offer a bottle in the evening after the regular feeding to get him used to the nipple. Start with a small amount of breast milk – about half an ounce.
Try a slowf-flow nipple.
Let someone else feed him the first bottle.
Try to be out of the house.
Question: can I start weaning?
Answer: Dear baby is only 5 months. so its not advisable to start weaning at this age because it's important to breastfeed a baby till 6 months and even after that it's important to feed your baby for at least one year because Baby cannot drink cow or buffalo milk before one year so it's important to breastfeed a baby for at least baby is one year..
Question: How to start weaning
Answer: Introduce solids, purees, Google for baby led weening foods u get many recipes.