Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
The day has finally come! My 6-month-old Bentley is finally old enough to start eating baby food on a regular basis. I am elated that we won’t have to buy so much formula now, because Bentley sure can eat! He is only 6 months old and weighs 20 pounds, if that tells you anything. Watching him transition into eating baby food regularly has been so fun.
Check out my pics and videos to get a taste of what his little life is like right now!
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Amani is quickly approaching 6 months, which as we all know, will signal the start of solids! Sure, we’re over a month away from that milestone, but I can’t help but think about it from now. She’s been so different from her sisters, so I know that everything I thought I knew and have done with my previous daughters will not be what goes down with Amani. Challenge accepted!
What I do know is that she’ll need bibs… lots and lots of bibs. These two pack bib sets from Disney Store are so cute! I can’t wait to start accessorizing meal time with these adorable bibs.
Posted by Keiko Zoll
Anytime we go out to eat, friends, family, waiters, and even complete strangers will turn to us and say, “He’s so good!” gesturing to our 16-month-old. Sometimes I think a well-behaved toddler in a restaurant must be a rare thing indeed given the amount of times we hear this compliment given to us!
There’s really only one thing we do that has basically ensured that Judah will not only behave well, but enjoy himself at the same time. Here’s our secret to his fabulous behavior.
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
We moved over the summer, forcing us to find a new pediatrician. Macks’ six-month appointment was his first appointment with our new pediatrician. Everything seemed to be going okay, until we put him on the scale and it looked as if he had lost some weight from his five-month check-up. Because it was a completely different scale from our old pediatrician, the doctor suggested that we come back in a month for a weight check.
Posted by Keiko Zoll
Toddlers and messes go hand in hand. It’s simply a part of life as a toddler! I could spend every waking minute chasing after Judah with a baby wipe in hand… Or, I could take a far more Zen approach to toddler messes.
Dare I say it: I’ve even learned how to love the mess.