The first puree
The first puree is introduced at the beginning of the 5th month at the earliest, and at the beginning of the 7th month at the latest.
The right time varies from child to child. It depends on growth and development. Your baby is ready for puree when he or she can hold his or her head, sit upright with a little help and does not push the puree out with the tongue. You shouldn't start until the 5th month. Your child’s digestive system is not developed enough until then.
You start with lunch: It is best to start with one type of vegetable and then gradually add potatoes, meat or fish and 1 tablespoon of rapeseed oil and 1.5 tablespoons of juice. For the other meals, you either breastfeed your child or give infant formula.
About 1 month later you can start with the milk-cereal puree and another month later with the grain-fruit puree. You replace one breastfeeding or infant milk formula in the evening and one in the afternoon.