Early Sippy Cup?
Guido Reni, Drinking Bacchus (c. 1623)
I will speak briefly about care of the child up to the age of seven… concerning wine, children should always drink common wine, diluted more or less according to the strength of the wine and the lesser or greater age of the child, because older children can drink their wine mixed with less water; white is better than red.
Michele Savonarola, Ad mulieres ferrarienses
The author also pleads that women nursing infants should drink “good and delicate wines, not large and smoky.” He does not explain what type of wine pairs best with mashed bananas.