Could it be that she is ready for solid foods? It's possible. Here are some milestones from healthychildren.org that indicate your baby is ready and able to start eating a little more like mom.
- Holding her head up high - Typically its not until around 3 or 4 months of age that an infant is able to hold their head up consistently for longer periods of time
- Sitting Pretty - This milestone starts around 6 months of age. A baby learning to sit on their own may be a bit wobbly at first. Fortunately many high chairs come with features for those babies who need some additional support sitting up. Click here for high chair safety tips.
- Big Enough to Take it - Generally a baby is big enough for solids when they are double their birth weight and at least 13 lbs.
- Open Wide - Babies that are ready for food tend to show more interest in it. They watch food eagerly and open their mouths up in anticipation when some is headed their way