Feeding: What to Expect From 12 to 24 Months
Learn what you can do to support your infant and toddler's healthy eating habits as they grow.
From 12 to 24 months, your child an feed herself many different foods and may begin learning to use a spoon or other utensils. Your child will also begin using actions and words to communicate with you, including what he does or doesn’t want and when he is hungry or full. Learn what you can do at this stage to support healthy eating habits.
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