As your baby grows, his or her feeding needs and schedule will continue to shift and change.  The First Four Months During your child's first four months of life, his or her nourishment will come exclusively from formula or breastmilk, but the amount your child needs at each feeding will change as your child grows. While many babies used to start eating solids at 4 months, the American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends waiting until your child is at least 6 months old to introduce solid foods into his or her diet. However, some doctors and organizations still recommend starting your child...

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