Proper nutrition of the child leads to better growth of the child, and a disorder in the child’s food can harm the child’s physical and mental development. They change with age.
Take warnings seriously
The most important thing is to wait for the baby to react after the meal. It does not matter if your baby is one month old or breastfeeding or eight months old and eating soup. You can attribute the moods and anxieties of the following days to the food you give him.
If he eats well, the child will gain weight constantly.
The baby should eat formula or breast milk.
Feeding time is unpredictable, and it is impossible to determine the amount of milk consumed per meal. Children at this age should be fed 8 to 12 times a day or every two to three hours.
Feeding children under one year in the first month
This month is one of the most challenging months for mothers because, at the beginning of this month, the baby loses 10% of its weight, but after two weeks, do not worry. If the baby is breastfed, everything will be fine.
In the first 6 weeks, she gains about 150 to 200 grams of weight per week, and each month her height increases by about two and a half centimeters.
But keep in mind that the baby may have an allergic reaction to the foods that the mother eats and enters the breast milk while breastfeeding, so see a doctor if you notice any suspicious symptoms on the baby’s skin.
If your baby is using formula or if you do not want to get rid of allergens, you can choose a suitable anti-allergy formula for your baby after consulting your doctor.
Breastfeed your baby 8 to 12 servings daily with milk or formula.
Instead of giving your baby too much milk in one meal, increase the number of meals and shorten the feeding interval. The interval between feedings should not exceed three hours.
Feeding children in the second month
The child should gain weight continuously every week. If you are worried, see a breastfeeding counselor or pediatrician to determine if your baby is eating enough. In some cases, the mother may not breastfeed properly.
The amount of weight your baby gains each week can tell you if he or she is getting enough nutrition. If your baby is overweight, do not be happy because too much breastfeeding can upset his stomach and increase his chances of becoming obese in the years to come.
The baby should eat formula or breast milk. Do not try to eat solid foods for at least four months, preferably six months. Doing this early can cause digestive problems for your baby. Babies’ stomachs and intestines do not tolerate any other food until they are four months old.
Feeding children in the third month
At this point, your baby starts to gain a little less than 4 ounces a week to about 6 ounces. This means that he will add about 2 pounds this month until seven months later.
The number of feedings per day decreases between 5 and 8 times a day, and breastfed infants eat more than those who are breastfed. Your baby will probably wake up at night to eat.
Feeding children in the fourth month
Late this month, some children may show signs of being ready to eat solids.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends exclusive breastfeeding for six months, so try to keep solids away until your baby shows signs of dissatisfaction with breastfeeding.
In this case, consult a pediatrician. According to the doctor, your baby can be fed from this month, but do not give him soup; but according to the doctor, add rice glaze to his milk without any additives.
Feeding children in the fifth month
The baby should double its weight by this month. Ask your doctor how tall he or she is to make sure he or she is on the right track. If your child is underweight, you need to know what you can do to help. With the help of an expert, you can find out the reasons for his overgrowth.
If your baby’s doctor agrees that it is time, see him/her until there is no puree or cereal added to breast milk or formula, there are no exact rules for starting foods. If the child is not interested, wait a week and try again.
If your baby is allergic to cow’s milk, make porridge with water, take it out of the oven, and add some anti-allergy formula. After adding any fresh food to your baby’s diet, see a specialist if you notice suspicious symptoms such as constipation, diarrhea, blood in the stool, excessive reflux, abnormal crying, skin blemishes, etc.
Feeding children at six months
The baby grows about half an inch every month and grows 3-5 ounces a week, and his body gets stronger every day. Breast milk or formula, plus solids such as porridge with rice flour and soup
It is best to wait about three days for each meal. In the event of an allergic reaction, it will be easier to identify the culprit. Diarrhea or urticaria are indicators of food allergies.
Put some chicken, carrots, and rice in a separate pot and cook, and after it is well cooked, crush it and give it to the child twice a day with a spoon, once at breakfast and once before going to bed. After every seven days, add fresh food to your soup. First, add the potatoes and then the noodles to this soup.
Feeding children in the seventh month
The baby is constantly gaining 2 pounds a month. See your doctor if you are underweight or over 6 pounds a month. This month you will see many changes in your child’s behaviors and skills. During this month, your baby can sit and eat more easily than before.
This month, like last month, you can give your baby soup, except that you can add cereal and muscle water to the soup, respectively.
Feeding children at eight months
The baby should have gained 3 times as much weight as on the first day of birth. This month, your baby can pick up his toys with both hands and pay more attention to objects.
Breast milk or powdered milk, puree, and some finger foods. Try eggs and small pieces of pasta, vegetables, meatballs, cheese, and ripe fruit. You can give porridge with rice flour, soup, fruit puree, egg yolk, fresh yogurt, cold boiled water.
Feed your baby five times a day during this month.
Give him three to five tablespoons of fresh yogurt every day and half a tablespoon of boiled egg yolk three days a week.
Feeding children at nine months
Do not forget that milk is still his leading food this month, and he should be fed four to five times a day, but the baby needs more complementary foods and snacks to maintain his weight between breakfast and lunch and again between lunch and dinner.
Feeding children at ten months
The child is more likely to crawl on the kitchen floor and try to cope with your table, chair, or legs. Are breastfeeding burns a lot of calories so that that weight gain may slow down a bit. The baby probably has a few teeth during this month and likes to be more independent and eat with a spoon.
Try to introduce green vegetables, more complex fruits such as apples, modified pieces, and small noodles. Also, give him soup, fruit and vegetable puree, water, egg yolk, fresh yogurt.
Tips for feeding this month:
- Do not breastfeed your baby too much.
- Please do not give him more than half a glass of water a day.
- The gastrointestinal tract of children this month is more like the gastrointestinal tract of adults.
Feeding children at eleven months and twelve months
These two months are the greatest reward for your hard work. Her weight will increase three times compared to her birth, and her height will double. He will take his first steps soon. During these months, your child’s reflux problem will be eliminated.
The child should use breast milk or formula, soups, fruits and vegetables, fruit juices, egg yolks, fresh yogurt, bread, snacks, and spices.
The best nutrition for children under one year
You can give your child new foods from dates to soft fruits and pieces of fruit.
It is better to increase the child’s weight by giving nutrients to the child to become less ill and not cause him to eat worthless food.