The time has come for my youngest to try solid foods. I picked a baby cereal flavored wheat and soymilk for his first solids.
I totally did not expect him to be really fond of it since it is his first time, but it ended out quite well. He even pulled my hand that was holding the spoon towards his mouth.
It was rewarding for me. It was my first time feeding my baby his first solid food.
It is a milestone for me and my baby. On the picture above is my mother-in-law and me feeding Kayle, my yyoungest. He was also excited for his first solid, and took it graciously.
I never felt more excited in my life when this happened, I was even more excited to feed him solids than on my wedding day.(just exaggerating)
I can see the glow in his eyes, the curiousness on what was on his mouth.
I was planning to also feed him pureed potatoes together with thus baby cereal. It is really better to feed your baby a real food rather than store bought, processed cereals. And I don’t mean that store bought, processed baby cereals are not good, it’s just that it is better if you combine it with real food. That is my opinion, but again, I’m not a professional when it comes to parenting. That’s also one reason why I made this blog, so that other veteran parents can also teach me on how to do things right.
I’m also planning on having him taste just one food at a time, just to make sure if he has any allergies. I have to be extra cautious since I have a severe seafood allergy and my husband has allergies with mushroom, and my eldest is lactose intolerant, so, yeah.
Hopefully, I’m keeping my fingers crossed, that none of them will have my allergy, since it is a real punishment, there’s a lot of good seafood dishes that I can’t eat without taking any anti allergies.
If you’re reading this blog please do comment down below what is your allergy, or what are you allergic to.
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