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Although most babies are ready to start solid foods about six months of age or perhaps somewhat earlier, don't rely solely on the calendar! Babies must be physically and developmentally ready for solid foods. Remember: Each baby is different. Age is just a point of reference. If babies aren't ready to eat solid food, it will likely end up on their laps—not in their tummies. Offering solids too soon only frustrates baby, parents, and other caregivers.

Until about four months, babies are unable to effectively coordinate their tongue to push food to the back of their mouth for swallowing. Well-meaning friends and family may tell you to start solid foods earlier to help your baby sleep. However, babies sleep through the night only after their nervous system

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