What do I do if my baby will not eat solids?

Try try again. If your baby does not respond positively to your first attempts at feeding solids, he or she may not be ready! most babies need to be at least 5 months old, and showing clear developmental signs that they are ready for solids (such as watching others eat, trying to sit up, chewing on everything)......If you meet with resistance, or confusion, wait a few days and try again.

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What do I do if my baby will not eat solid food?

Patient persistence. Each infant has his/her own temperament. Infants that are slow to eat solids often have "slow to warm" temperament. That is the are slow to accept change or new experiences, like new foods, new clothes, bathing, etc. If they are slow to accept solids, don't force it. Just patiently continue to try various foods. Once one is accepted then mix it with the next food you are trying to introduce. Read more...
Keep trying. Remember that, essentially for the whole first year of life, the bulk of nutrition and diet is contained in the breast milk and/or formula. Baby food is added to ease baby in transition from a baby diet to an adult diet - essentially to LEARN HOW to eat. That is why it progresses from stage 1 to 2 and so on. There is no amount babies MUST eat, so if they balk at it, just keep trying. Read more...