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The Solid Starts Team
Babies were born to eat. Around 6 months of age, most babies are able to feed themselves soft finger foods—even if they have no teeth. By offering finger food first, you enable your baby to set the pace, to practice critical skills, and to discover the joy of eating.
The best part? It’s easier.
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