1. Get a high chair or seat so that your baby can sit upright to eat
2. Colorful plastic spoons (babies love colors, this'll attract her attention to food)
3. Or you could sit your daughter on your lap, put her food on your own plate, and try a bit of it yourself; she'll want to imitate you!
When your baby has had enough to eat, she may refuse extra bites (turn away from the spoon, lean backward, or refuse to open her mouth) Don't force it. As long as your baby's growing adequately, you can rest assured that she is getting enough nutrients. And remember that you should consult her pediatrician about supplements like iron if she's exclusively breastfed & still is not receiving enough iron-fortified cereals.