5. Create Combinations

When your baby starts eating solids, you’ll want to stick with one new food at a time. That allows you to watch for signs of a food allergy. Once he gets more proficient at eating a variety of foods, make combination baby food.

That gives you the chance to expose your baby to new tastes and loads him up on a bigger variety of vitamins and minerals. Try combining several types of fruits, such as strawberries and bananas. Or, more than one vegetable, such as squash and carrots. You can also mix and match fruits with vegetables. Try carrots and apples or pears mixed with squash.

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