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It's chow time, baby! No matter what's on the menu, the texture of your baby's first foods should be super smooth and practically dripping off the spoon. If you prepare your own food, you should strain, puree, or finely mash it, and then thin it with liquid if necessary. As your baby becomes a more experienced eater (usually around six or seven months old), gradually reduce the liquid you add and thicken the texture. Serve new foods one at a time for three to five days to make sure your baby's not allergic, then introduce another. Here are three foods to start with, plus tips for getting the banquet started. Bon appétit!
Cereal. For years, baby rice cereal was considered the best food to start with, but now the American Academy of Pediatrics just recommends any easily digestible foods. If you start with cereal, pick a single-grain variety (rice, barley, or oat — hold off on wheat, a common allergen for many babies, for now). To prepare, mix a small amount of cereal with formula, breast milk, or even water to create a creamy "soup." Don't sweeten the taste by adding things like mashed bananas, applesauce, or juice. If you start off tempting baby with sugar, he'll soon want everything you offer to be just as sweet.
Vegetables.Veggies are wholesome, nutritious, and not likely to trigger allergies. Start with milder yellow or orange options such as sweet potatoes and carrots before moving on to the green team, like peas and string beans, which have slightly strongevr flavors. If your baby rejects what you've got, try again tomorrow and the next day and the next. Some babies need to be introduced to a new food four or five (or more!) times before they'll accept it, so perseverance is key.
Fruit. Delicious, digestible first fruits include finely mashed bananas or baby applesauce, peaches, or pears (stick with jarred fruits especially processed for babies). How (naturally) sweet it is!
Credit to web : http://www.whattoexpect.com/first-year/feeding-baby/starting-solids/first-foods.aspx