Feeding Your 4-6 Month Old Baby
What can you feed your 4-6 month old baby?
Baby should drink breast milk and/or formula until they are at least 1 year old.
If baby can sit while supported, try introducing infant cereal or smooth, single ingredient, pureed food. Ask your pediatrician if baby is ready for solid foods. Homemade purees should have a thick liquid consistency. Make batches of homemade purees and freeze in ice cube tray. Be sure to thaw purees before feeding baby. Introduce baby to one new food at a time, every 3 days.
When introducing solids, start or end the meal with milk/formula.