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      Do not leave your little one unattended when eating and drinking

      At around 10 months you can start to introduce foods with chunks and lumps.

      Finger foods encourage independent eating. Just make sure the foods you offer are the right size for little hands to hold (the size of an average chip is about right) and cool enough for your baby to hold.

      Don’t panic if they cough a little – their natural gag reflex will help them bring up any food they can’t manage.

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