Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Savannah Wallace
Soren is gearing up to start trying some veggie purees! We can’t wait to start making our own baby food! Whether your little one is trying foods for the first time or is an experienced eater, check out some of these Disney Baby products perfect for meal time with baby!
Posted by Kristel Acevedo
My grandmother is always in the kitchen. The joy she gets from making meals for those she loves is unmatched by anything. Unfortunately I did not inherit that love for cooking (though she says she didn’t really get into cooking until she was older, so maybe there’s still hope for me). I can’t say I’m the greatest cook, but I enjoy helping my grandmother make some yummy Latino staples. Liam is also getting to an age where he just loves to help. Any time he sees us in the kitchen, he runs in and says, “Can I help?” So I thought it was about time he get some cooking lessons from Abuelita.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
No joke, getting my kids to eat is one of the hardest parts of being a parent of little ones. When they were tiny babes and exploring new tastes, they’d try everything! Now that they are a little bit older, it’s hard to tell what they’ll eat and what they won’t. We have tried all of the tricks in the book for getting them to eat veggies – mixing them into smoothies or pasta sauce, cutting them into cute shapes, letting them eat dip along with it, etc. None of these things work very well for my girls. Click through to see what has worked the best…
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
With the summer heat on its way, I’ve been searching for recipes that’ll help us cool off! These peanut butter & banana smoothies are the perfect thing. Not only are they packed with protein, they are delicious! My toddler girls love them, too. Plus, they are a milk booster because of the oats and flax seed. (Great for nursing mothers!) And let’s be real, they taste like dessert! Sometimes we’ll even freeze them into popsicle molds! Click through for the recipe…
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
Macks has been a big drooler since he was two months old. I wasn’t prepared for how much drool he would leave on all of his clothes because neither of my girls were ever big droolers. Macks gets most of his clothes soaking wet just 30 minutes after I put them on because of all of the drool that he produces. I always have an extra set of clothes on hand for those “just in case” moments, but I’ve quickly realized that that’s not enough. I also need several bibs to get me through my day.
To accompany Macks’ stylish wardrobe, Disney Baby has so many cute bibs that will look great with his outfit and keep it from getting soaked! Check out some of my favorite Disney Baby bibs.