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Your Baby Can Use His Hands to Eat

Your baby is thirty weeks old. Finger foods, which allow your baby to feed himself, will provide him with a new level of independence. Cereals, crackers, cookies, rice cakes, maybe even small pieces of fruit such as banana are ideal finger foods to begin with. With his natural inclination to taste everything he can lay his hands on, it won't be l ...read more

The Essentials Bag

The Essentials Bag stores your baby's diapers, clothes,snack, feeding bottle, blanket, pacifier, and some more - all that you really need on a little outing with the baby. The adjustable sling leaves your hands free. All in all, it's the perfect alternative to a traditional diaper bag.

Fussy Eating: Checking it Now may Prevent Problems Later

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 baby’s hunger-cycle ...read more

Develop your Baby’s Senses

As babies grow, they gain an awareness of the world around them. This process is also influenced by their fast developing senses. As a parent, you can expose them to different sights, sounds, tastes, smells, and textures and help them experience newer forms of stimulation. These are some of the ways you can stimulate their senses: Sight: Encour ...read more

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