Some tips on how to keep track of babies first foods

Introducing solid foods to your baby can be a fun and exciting time for both you and your little one. However, it can also be overwhelming to keep track of what foods your baby has tried, when they tried them, and how they reacted to them. Here are some tips for keeping track of your baby's first foods:

  1. Use a Food Journal: Keep a notebook or a digital document where you can record the date, food, and any notes about your baby's reaction to the food. This will help you keep track of what foods your baby has tried, how they liked them, and if they had any adverse reactions. Come and check out our very own Nibble and Rest Food Tracker here

  2. Take Pictures: Snap a picture of your baby enjoying their new food and add it to your food journal. This can be a fun way to remember the milestone and also help you remember what the food looked like.

  3. Keep a Food Diary: Some apps and websites offer food diaries that allow you to log the foods your baby has tried and track their reactions. This can be a convenient option for busy parents who don't have time to write everything down.

  4. Keep the Food Simple: Start with single ingredient foods, such as avocado, sweet potatoes, and applesauce. This will make it easier to identify any potential food allergies or sensitivities.

  5. Consult with a Pediatrician: Before introducing new foods, consult with your pediatrician. They can give you guidance on what foods to introduce and when, as well as help you identify any potential food allergies or sensitivities.

By following these tips, you can keep track of your baby's first foods and make sure that they are getting the nutrition they need as they grow and develop. This will also help you identify any potential food allergies or sensitivities early on, and make sure that your baby is on a healthy eating journey.

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