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guidelines for feeding my child who is 1 to 6 years old

Children between 1 and 2 years are still developing eating skills. Food may end up on the floor or on your child instead of in his mouth. Be patient and let your child learn how to use a spoon to feed himself. Avoid giving your child a fork or knife until he is able to use it without hurting himself. Give your child whole milk until he is 2 year ...read more

Pork and Applesauce – An Easy Meal to Feed You and Your Baby

Cooking is a real challenge when you have a small baby. At dinner time, they always seem to get fussy and you wonder if you can get anything done.  If your baby has hit 6 months old, it is time to introduce soli d food.  The fastest and most convenient way to start them on this journey is to feed your baby when you are eating.  ...read more

Teaching Babies Eating Lessons to Last a Lifetime

P { margin: 0px; } If there was a lot of drama in your house growing up about what you ate and didn't, you might already be wondering how best to teach your baby to eat the right things. Many of the best habits start at a tender age, as soon as we set the babies down to start eating solid foods. Here are some important ideas to reinforce earl ...read more

Fussy Eating: Checking it Now May Prevent Problems Later

P { margin: 0px; } Many babies present no problems when it comes to feeding. However, others tend to fuss at mealtimes. Sometimes babies who are generally good feeders may display difficult behavior during meals. Here are tips to help you ensure that your baby fussy feeders: Have regular feeding times: Erratic feeding times can disrupt your b ...read more

How to Make Your Own Baby Food

P { margin: 0px; } By this time in the baby’s development, you have probably started to add solid foods to your baby’s diet. An alternative to buying commercially prepared baby food, is to make your own.   While jars of baby food are very practical, there are many benefits to making your own baby food: You can decide what you put i ...read more

Advice for Dads: Banana Baby Food

P { margin: 0px; } Here's an innovative idea for busy dads looking to devise simple meals for toddlers. A banana makes an easy, convenient meal that is packed with nutrients too. Click here to read more.

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Sounds like you should check out wholesomebabyfood
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