Food chart for 2 to 3 year old kids

food chart for 2 to 3 year

Your toddler is growing fast and now needs a variety of nutrient rich foods to cope up with the developmental requirements. Also you will find that your little one has developed food preferences and expects you to meet them. So make sure you start right and delay the introduction of fast and unhealthy food and carbonated or sweetened drinks.So here’s a food chart for 2 to 3 year old kids to build a preference for nutritious and wholesome food. Food chart for 2 to 3 year-old kids       Food Items…

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Food chart for 1 to 2 year old toddler

Feeding a toddler is one of the most ‘challenging’ part of parenting.Appetites of young children can change from day to day or even time to time for that matter.Sometimes, your toddler will be hungry and eat a lot. Other times, they will not eat much. This is normal. Do not pressurise or bribe your child to eat or to finish a meal if they are no longer hungry.The food chart for 1 to 2 year old toddler will give you an idea of the variety of meals that can be…

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Food chart for 9 months to 1 year old baby

food chart for 9 months to 1 year old baby

Your baby is now ready for semi- solid food and should be served a minimum of three meals a day along with snacks and breastfeeds.Don’t forget that breastfeed or formula feed is still very important for your baby to provide essential nutrients in the initial 1st year, so it should be a part of the food chart for 9 months to 1 year old baby. Also,it is the right time to start finger foods for your baby. Hence it is important to include variety of new flavors and textures to amuse…

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Food chart for 8 months old baby

food chart for 8 monnths old baby

At eight months of age, babies can gulp down soft mashed food and can even start chewing more solid foods.Your baby may have got a few teeth by now and her jaws are strong enough to tackle small chunks of food .It’s time to offer nutritious food that improves their chewing skills.By now the baby is ready to have three solid meals. However, the quantity and timing of having food may differ in babies so always go by your baby’s requirements and comfort.At this age,still well-cooked and soft food should…

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Breastfeeding schedule for 0 to 6 months old baby

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Did you know? Breast milk is liquid gold.It is specially designed to cater to all the nutritional needs of your baby in the first six months of life. For maximum benefits, breastfeeding should be started soon after the birth of your child and should be maintained exclusively for six months.Babies should always be fed on demand. However, first time moms may find it difficult to follow her newborn baby’s cues of hunger. Hence,given below is the ‘approximate’ schedule that should be followed in the first six months of life. However,…

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Food chart for 7 months old baby

food chart

At seven months old, your baby is ready for some important developmental milestones  like sitting up, teething, etc.During this time, though you have already introduced solid foods, breast milk/formula milk are also still essential for your baby’s growth. It is necessary to provide the right kind of nourishment in this critical growth period.Since you have already introduced a few solid foods to your baby at six months, you can slowly add more options and variety in their food by the next month.  Here is a food chart of healthy food…

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Food chart for 6 months old baby

food chart

See also: The arrival of your little bundle of joy is one of the most treasured blessings of life. At the same time, you may feel overawed at the thought of nurturing the little one perfectly and ensuring nothing goes wrong.  Right from the moment a child is born, her/ his diet, food charts and what to is to be fed at different stages is one of the most delicate matters that overwhelms new parents, especially mothers. You may also be showered with advises of the elders in the family,…

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The ultimate Baby Safety guide for baby safe home and play

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Baby safety is the biggest concern of every parent.Small things can make a big difference for your baby’s safety.Here is a complete list of baby safety measures at home and for your baby’s play time. Baby Safety – Safety at play Inspect your baby.Your baby has probably outgrown her infant bath and is ready to have fun in the big tub. Never ever leave your child alone in a bathtub. Any accidents happening due to it would be sheer negligence.   Block your baby’s access to dangerous areas and substances. Use gates at the…

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