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Introducing fruits and vegetables to Infants

Introduce food and fruits between 6 months to 1 year.
At one point in time, you have to start solids you can't just go on with breastfeeding forever.
The nutrition which is required after 6 months of age the kid starts to get it from the solid foods that include all various fruits, vegetables, cereals, grains, etc.
The ideal age to start solid is after 6 months.
I too started solid when my kid completed 6 months.
He had started sitting on his own and had started crawling, so introducing different textures of food was very easy for me.
 How do we introduce fruits and vegetables to infants?
 A new mother always has a question, how do we start solids and introduce new fruits land vegetables to them.
Without the fear of they chocking on the food or vegetables or fruits.
The product I used to introduce fruits and boiled or raw vegetables was the  Fruit and Food Nibbler.
Not that I didn't use other utensils, I too used a bowl, a small spoon to introduce other solid food.
 Nibbler was gifted to me by one of my relatives.
 In the started using the nibbler when he had just completed his 7 months.
The food items I started using nibbler were -
  • Pomegranate
  • Small pieces of an apple slice
  • Boiled beetroot
  • Boiled potatoes
  • Cucumber 
  • Strawberry
  • Watermelon 
  • Tomatoes
  • All the other vegetables or fruits seasonally available can be used.
Note - I introduced various fruits of vegetables one at a time. Repeated the same fruit/vegetable for 3 days to check with my kid was allergic to anything.
Benefits of Nibbler
  • Nibbler is a very good alternative for teether's or Other toys which the baby uses while teething or is putting hands in their mouth.
  • Improves their finger grips and fine motor skills.
  • Teaches them a hand- mouth coordination.
  • Gives mom some Me time or some time to do household chores.
There are many Nibbler available in the market.
I had used MeeMee fruit nibbler.


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