The team at Tidelands Health Women’s Center helps families navigate pregnancy and childbirth every day. Now, one of the practice’s physicians – Dr. Monica Selander – has invited us to be part of the journey as she and her husband, Tidelands Health orthopedic surgeon Dr. Earl Han, welcome a second child to their family. Follow us on Facebook, check out our Twitter feed and stop back here often to get the latest updates.
Introducing solid foods to children is an adventure for many parents. Fortunately for Tidelands Health OB-GYN Dr. Monica Selander, her infant daughter Luna has adapted quite well to the change.
Luna, who was born in late June 2019, is the second child to Dr. Selander and her husband, Tidelands Health orthopedic surgeon Dr. Earl Han.
“We started Luna on solids in December when she turned 6 months old, as the recommendations state,” says Dr. Selander. “We started with simple cereals such as rice and oatmeal cereal, then started adding vegetables and fruits.”
So far, Luna has eaten cereals, apples, avocadoes, carrots, sweet potatoes and peas. She likes everything she’s eaten — as long as it’s homemade. Dr. Selander says Luna doesn’t care for store-bought baby food.