Babies below six months of age should not be introduced to fluids, other than breastmilk. It is advised that they should be kept hydrated with breast milk or formula, even in hot weather. Once a baby completes six months, you can gradually introduce them to sips of fluids when they are thirsty while weaning them off breast milk or formula. Introducing water to babies is an important milestone. However, overdoing it might lead to stomach aches or make them too full to eat. When your baby is able to eat solids and drink whole milk after their first birthday, you can allow them to drink as much fluids as they want. Here, we will discuss some questions and doubts that new mothers usually have about introducing water to babies.