LLLI: Starting Solids - Although the American Academy of Pediatrics has published new guidelines that recommend starting solids at six months, mothers still tell of pediatricians discussing solid foods as early as the two-month well-baby checkup.
Solid food: Best Delayed - Breastfeeding experts have long been advocating that solids be delayed until at least the middle of the baby's first year. What are the benefits of waiting this long?
Solids. Wait a Bit... - Adding anything to a thriving baby's diet in the early months can interfere with his normal breastfed health.