Breast milk or breast milk is the best food and enough to meet the needs of the baby for 3 to 4 months. After that, gradually the baby should be given complementary foods, such as fruit juice or fresh fruit. Then given mashed food and food finally lembik.
How to give complementary foods:
Infant feeding should be started with little by little and in diluted form, then more and more and more and more viscous.
Food should be given when your child is hungry.
Do not introduce some baby food at once in a short time. Should be introduced one at a time until the child can truly accept and love the food, for example within 2 weeks.
Do not give food by force, under compulsion can lead to impaired appetite and induce anorexia at a later date.
Infant Feeding Schedule
Age 0 to 4 months, the type of food: milk
4 to 5 months of age, the type of food: milk, baby biscuits, fruit, creamed foods 1 time
5 to 6 months of age, the type of food: milk, baby biscuits, fruit, 1 to 2 times food creamed
Age 6 to 9 months, the type of food: milk, baby biscuits, fruit, creamed 2 times food (milk porridge), 1 time lembik food (rice strain team), 1 time eggs are gradually
Age 9 to 12 months, breast milk foods / milk full cream / milk cow, baby biscuits, fruit, 1 times creamed foods (milk porridge), 2 times lembik food (rice team chopped), 1 times egg.
Giving eggs should be done gradually. Try to give yellow first, then the whites. If there are no signs of an allergic reaction, then to the next can be given in full. If there are signs of allergies, giving eggs suspended until the age of 1 year.