Sign up now and take 35% off your first order with code NEW35 ✨

Everything You Need To Know About Feeding Your Baby at 2-3 Months Old

Caring for a growing baby can be overwhelming, especially during the first few months. If you have a two to three month old and are wondering about how best to feed them, then this blog post is for you.

Here, we'll explore the various types of foods babies should eat and discuss how to introduce those foods into their diet. We'll also provide tips on creating a safe eating environment and keeping up with your baby's nutritional needs.

So let's get started!

At two to three months old, your baby is growing and developing rapidly. A main part of their development is the nutrition you provide them with. It’s important for parents to understand what food options are best for this stage in their baby’s life so that they can help them grow and develop properly. Let’s take a look at how to nourish your baby from two to three months old.


Feeding Schedules
At this stage in your baby's life, you may want to begin introducing a feeding schedule. This doesn't mean your baby will stick to it perfectly—they may still wake up in the middle of the night for feedings—but establishing a routine now will help your baby know when they should be eating in the future. Generally, babies should be eating between 8-10 times a day, but every child is different! You may find that your little one needs more or less than that depending on their individual needs and energy levels.

Food Options
At two to three months old, your baby isn't quite ready for solid foods yet, but there are other options available if you are interested in introducing something new into their diet we recommend you start check out our Tiny Purée options. Formula-fed babies can begin taking iron-fortified infant cereals mixed with formula or breast milk as an introduction to solid foods around the four-month mark. Breastfed babies should wait until six months before transitioning from exclusively breastfeeding to solid foods. If you choose not to introduce solids earlier than recommended, that's okay too—breast milk or formula will still provide all the nutrients necessary for growth during this stage of life!


Feeding your newborn from two to three months old requires making sure they get enough nutrients and calories each day while also starting them off with good habits that will lead into healthy eating behaviors later on in life. Developing a good feeding schedule is key during this stage of development so that both you and your little one can get used to regular meal times and snack breaks throughout the day! When deciding which food options are right for your baby make sure you consult with healthcare professionals who can provide personalized advice based on your unique situation. With the right nutrition plan tailored specifically for you and your family, you can start seeing amazing results!