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Feeding: What to Expect From Birth to 12 Months

Download Files Feb 16, 2009

Learn what you can do to support your infant and toddler's healthy eating habits as they grow.

Starting at birth, your child can show you when he is hungry or full by using his voice, face and actions such as turning away from the bottle when full or crying when hungry. By 6 months your child can sit up and learn how to eat with his fingers. Learn what you can do at these stages to support her development.

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