If your baby arrived a bit early, you might want to consider starting solids a bit on the early side, too. Here's why.
If your baby arrived a bit ahead of schedule, the standard advice is to start weaning when your baby is between five and eight months old (from their birth date, not their corrected age).
This is a bit earlier than what's usually advised for term babies, but some premature babies take a little longer to catch on to weaning, so they may benefit from starting a bit early. The most important thing is to discuss this with your GP or health visitor, who knows your baby and will be able to advise you best.