Don’t Worry, They’re Hydrated!

To keep ourselves hydrated, we often quench our thirst with some good ol’ H2O. However, when it comes to our little ones, formula or breast milk are typically the only drinks we give them. For those wanting to transition to giving their infants water, of the American Academy of Pediatrics, recommends that you only start offering water (4-8 oz/day, 0.5-1 cup/day) to your baby around six months of age, typically when you introduce solid foods to your baby’s diet.