Tuesday, September 30, 2014


Feeding activity and sleep has a very important role in the course of growth and development of infants. Through this article, growth consultant DR. dr. Rini Sekartini, SpA (K) describes the information about the schedule of eating and sleeping patterns of the Small.

By setting an eating schedule and proper sleep patterns and tailored to the developmental age, infants are expected to benefit from optimal health to support its growth. Not only that, the implementation schedule will also help you to teach discipline to children early on.

Baby Eating Schedule

      Baby feeding schedule should be set and applied on a daily basis, ranging from after he woke up in the morning until the evening before bed. Food given course should contain a variety of nutrients that the baby needs, namely carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals, and water. In addition, the food served should also vary to train the taste buds at the same time the baby so he does not feel tired, but still consider the composition of the nutrient content.

      Here is a baby feeding schedule appropriate to the age of the baby, based on the Indonesian Pediatric Association:

0-6 months

Exclusive breastfeeding

6 months (gradual)

06:00 (wake up): ASI
9:00 (breakfast): Porridge milk / biscuits
11:00 (snack): ASI
12:00 (lunch): fruit
14:00 (before nap): ASI
16:00 (snack): biscuit / milk porridge
18:00 (dinner): ASI
21:00 (before bed): ASI

8-10 months (gradual)

06:00 (wake up): ASI
8:00 (breakfast): Rice team strain / milk porridge
10.00 (snack): Fresh Fruit
12:00 (lunch): Rice team strain
14:00 (before nap): ASI
16:00 (snack): Fresh Fruit
18:00 (dinner): Rice team strain
21:00 (before bed): ASI

19-12 months (gradual)

06:00 (wake up): ASI / PASI
8:00 (breakfast): porridge milk / rice ordinary team
10.00 (snack): Fresh fruit or biscuits
12:00 (lunch): a team of rough rice
14:00 (before nap): ASI / PASI
16:00 (snack): Fresh fruit or biscuits

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