5 - 6
(ages: 10 - 11 months)
At this point, let’s admit it - you’re a pro!
Your baby may be eating three solid food meals a day, and will possibly enjoy thicker purees and/or finely chopped foods. It is likely that your baby will begin exploring eating with their fingers or the use of a spoon. It is also probable that your baby may find interest in family-prepared meals. This is wonderful news!
You might want to start using the following meal plans as a reference to unite the world of baby food with home-cooked family meals. For example, for breakfast, you can spread avocado and banana onto soft toast, use a strawberry and yogurt combination as a topper for pancakes, or mix pumpkin and apple into your waffle batter. The possibilities are delicious and endless!