Babies And Solid Foods | When To Start Feeding Solid Foods | baby gooroo





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Published on Dec 10, 2010

When is your baby ready for solid foods? There's no single answer for every baby, but around 6 months most babies are ready to start solid foods. However, even when your baby is eating solid foods you should continue to breastfeed since breast milk is a vital part of your baby's diet for at least the first year or two.

In this baby gooroo video with breastfeeding expert Amy Spangler, new moms and dads talk about when they started feeding their babies solid foods and the importance of continuing to breastfeed for at least the first year and beyond.

For more information about breastfeeding and feeding babies solid foods, check out http://www.babygooroo.com.

Director - Matt Spangler
Producer - Yvonne Lai
Shooters - Jimmy Hall, Jen Sens, Eric Larson
Sound - Lindsey Miller
Editor - Tim Leeds

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