Apple Month on October, 2017: can 4 month have apple juice?
October, 2017 is Apple Month 2017. apple-month-celebration.jpg into National Apple Month
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization recommend breastfeeding exclusively for the first 6 months of your baby's life.
At 4 months your baby should only be having formula or, preferably, breast-milk. Her digestive system is not yet developed enough for rice cereal, carrots and apple sauce.
But since you already have her on all that then I would say >not< to give her juice. Apple sauce is a much better way for her to get the nutrients from apples than Apple juice.
If you feel you must give her juice at this young age Please make sure it is 100% juice. No "juice drinks" which sometimes have a piddling amount of actual fruit juice and mostly high fructose corn syrup. :-P Very bad for Baby. AND _please_ dilute it at least 2 parts water to 1 part juice. Make sure not to exceed 8 oz a day as she may suffer diaherea. She also may develop a sweet tooth from too much undiluted juice; even if it is 100%; and refuse other beverages, most importanly her formula or, preferably, breastmilk.
Are apples ok for 15 month olds?
yeah apples are great...I used to peel the skin because I was afraid they would choke on it but other than that the apples basically turn to mush in their mouths making it easy to eat (and healthy too)
5 month old and apple juice?
Apple juice is not a substitute for formula ever. It has no nutrients that breast milk has. Giving her apple juice will either cause her diarrhea or she will get very constipated. You're better off giving her bland rice cereal or whole milk.
You haven't fed her formula since last night? Wow...
And you didn't bring any money with you on a four hour trip? What were you going to do if your car broke down or someone got sick? Seriously, if you're going to be a parent, you need to be more prepared and think about your child.
Borrow some money from your husband's grandparents and go to the store to buy formula for your kid. She's probably starving.