When I started feeding my baby, I had the hardest time finding an infant feeding chart that gave me all the information I needed at a glance. So I’ve taken all of the details of feeding the first year and put it in a two page, printable chart. Along with the “what” and “when” of feeding there are sample menus as well.
Remember that this is only a guide and some babies will eat more or less depending on their individual needs. Always verify with your pediatrician. Forcing your baby to eat more or less than he or she wants is an ineffective strategy as it teaches baby to ignore their inborn ability to self regulate food intake. Click on the link below, print the file and post it your fridge.
For the most up to date and detailed information about feeding baby (and future feeding stages) see my book: Fearless Feeding: How to Raise Healthy Eaters from High Chair to High School.
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