I will never forget watching the transition happen with both of my children – that moment when I started to bring a spoonful of food to my own mouth, and they opened their mouths wide, too. A sure sign theses exclusively breast-fed babies were ready to start solids. What are the other signs and how do you make that introduction? Here are my tips – both as a mom and a newborn medicine physician.
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