By 9 months, your baby is eating three meals of solids each day, and is starting to eat more and more at each meal. This is an exciting season for your baby, since 9 months marks the time that you can start offering her "real" food and cooking actual meals for her! She'll still need plenty of baby food, but it's okay at this point to start offering her bits of table food (mashed or chopped carefully, of course!) Cereal Recipes Infant cereal starts become less a part of your baby's diet at 9
9 month old feeding schedule
Figuring out your baby's sleep schedule can be tough - very tough! - but you know what can be just as challenging? Figuring out your baby's feeding schedule! While it's true that a small percentage of families will struggle with sleep while not having any issues with feeding, we've found that sleep and feeding are so closely connected that families usually have trouble with both. (That's just one of the reasons we created our sister site, Your Baby's Start To Solid Food.) Sleep
Do you have a sweet little 9 month-old at home? Here, we're giving you the most common 9-month-old baby schedule, including milk feedings (for breastfeeding and formula-feeding babies!) solids, naps, and nighttime sleep. 9 month old's sleep At this age, most 9-month-olds can sleep all night without a feeding and take two naps. However, some babies, in my experience, do better with one feeding after 4 or 5 a.m., and will then sleep longer than if they don't eat and have an early wake-time.