Breast or bottle feeding can be considered prolonged after about 18 months of age, but delayed weaning is not always a problem. The older toddler who only occasionally nurses or drinks from a bottle does not necessarily need to be pressured into giving up the bottle or breast.(Continue Reading...)
The best time to begin using a spoon to feed your child is when he can sit with some support and voluntarily move his head to engage in the feeding process. This time is usually between 4 and 6 months of age. Breast milk and commercial formulas meet all your baby's nutritional needs until 4 to 6 mon(Continue Reading...)
If you are still having problems with feedings and would like more help, we love to use our friends over at the Step by Step Pediatric feeding clinic.