The occurrence of gastrointestinal and respiratory infections caused by early early weaning food (MPASI) is one factor of the high infant mortality rate in Indonesia. The administration of early MPASI in infants with partial breast milk is more at risk for diarrhea, influenza, and fever than infants with predominant breast milk. Data taken in 2016 in the village of Negeri Agung recorded cases of infants have been given MPASI that amounted to 42 babies (45.65%) of 92 babies. This study aims to determine the factors associated with the provision of early MPASI. This study is a cross sectional study with a population of all mothers who have babies aged 7-12 months in Desa Negeri Agung in period January - March 2017 which amounted to 51 people. Statistical analysis used was chi square test. The data showed that 5.1% of respondents gave early MPASI to their babies, 51% of respondents had good knowledge about MPASI, 62.7% of respondents were sufficiently breastfeed, 52.9% of respondents were not working and 54.9% get support from family. The result of analysis showed correlation between early MPASI with knowledge (p value 0,017), breastfeed sufficiency (p value 0,000), occupation (p value 0,001) and family support (p value 0,000). Healthcare officer may increase attention of breastfeeding mothers to exclusive breastfeeding by providing education or health education on the benefits and importance of exclusive breastfeeding.