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5months completed and 6mnths Started
Hello, todaay my competed 5months and started 6months today i started nestle cerelac rice flavour of one scoop as they described in the box tonstart with one scoop(8.5gm)with 5table spoon of water.. i prepared like that bht i felt the consistency is thick so i added more water n make it into milkshake like consistency but i didn't feed all i just fed only 7-8spoons(small baby spoon) as i started today so im afraid to fed more... and gave her 2n hlf small baby spoon of water Please give suggestions like did i strt in right way? Or i could have fed her all of one scoop cerelac? Or suggest me right way to feed semi solids and also when to start fruit puree n fruit juice along with the quantity
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Rather than the cereals rice start with home made rice water which we drain when rice is cooked add a pinch of butter and try feeding the baby at first child May take 7-8 spoons slowly increase by as much the child wants have After ten to fifteen days start with daal water same way so one time rue water and one time daal water
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Sorry You didn't start right at all. More dilution is not good for the baby energy and nutrition.
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6months should be completed first to start food other than breast milk.
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Till 2 yrs you can give breast milk but of a decreased frequency.
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Hi, start complementary feeds after 6 months completion only.
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