No Products in the Cart
|2. Things to remember
Are you feeding your baby enough? This question runs in every mother’s mind while holding her infant child. With weight charts becoming the governing standards that judge their efforts, every mother longs to be reassured by the numbers reflecting on the weighing scale at the doctor’s office.
If your baby is not meeting his/her weight gain milestones, do not panic. There are a number of a factors that govern weight gain and these tend to vary from child to child. Eg. Birth weight, diet of mother and baby and activity level of baby affect the weight gain pattern of babies.
As a new mother, there are some things to keep in mind while feeding your baby. Here are some tips that may help you along the way:
|Breastfeeding should be on demand or every 1-3 hours. Newborns need to be woken up at frequent intervals during the night to be nursed.
|Stage 1 (4-6 months)
|Breastfeeding + By GrandMa Stage 1 product meal every 3-4 hours
|Stage 2 (7-9 months)
|Breastfeeding + By GrandMa Stage 2 product meal 3 times a day
|Stage 3 (10-11 months)
|Breastfeeding + By GrandMa Stage 3 product meal 3 times a day
The below chart provides an indicative description of when to feed your baby/ how often to feed your baby:
A food diet with adequate variety and nutrition is key to ensuring a healthy baby. In the modern day world with both parents at work, it is easy to rely on factory made processed baby food to meet dietary requirements of your child. But if there is a healthier alternative available, would you switch? Products from By GrandMa are made with the best ingredients that are known to suit Indian babies. The baby food products from By GrandMa uses ingredients like rice, ragi and dal, which are part of baby food recipes handed down from generation to generation. Further, they are 100% preservative free and are completely homemade. Also, they are available in conveniently sized airtight jars and can be shipped anywhere in India.
Time to take charge and make a positive difference. Shop online today and be rewarded with a healthy and happy baby tomorrow!
You may also like to read: Focusing on Baby Growth Milestones