Bye, bye bottle
Bye, bye bottle

Article at a Glance

  • The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends weaning your baby from the bottle before your baby is 18 months old.
  • The longer you wait to wean your baby from bottles, the harder it will be.
  • Using a bottle for too long can lead to dental problems and obesity.
Eating Solid Foods
Eating Solid Foods

Breastmilk and formula provide all the nutrients a child requires during the first months of life. The introduction of solid foods must be individualized to a child’s needs. It is recommended that solids be initiated between four and six months of age when readiness cues are seen (such as watching you eat intently or grabbing … Continue reading “Eating Solid Foods”

Article Types

Archives

Sign up to our Newsletter

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Is Your Child Sick?


en español


Stay connected to your children’s health:

Want pediatric news, kid-friendly recipes and parenting tips?
Sign up for our patient parent newsletter:

Other great ways to connect: