A lot of fruits and veggies are already soft enough that baby can just gum them and they’ll be just fine. I always cut them into really small pieces (less than 1/4” dice), and I take the skins off some foods as well.
If you’ve already introduced a food to your baby as a puree and there was no allergic reaction, let them try that food in a different way. Bella loves finger foods because it keeps her busy.
Without my monthly feeding schedules for Bella, I wouldn’t have been able to come up with a long list of finger foods you can feed your baby. All of these finger foods Bella has tried or will try very soon. If you follow a feeding schedule, your baby will have tried at least 50 foods by the time they are one if you start them on solids at 6 months.
The foods below are listed according to whether they need to be cooked to soften or if baby can eat them raw.
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