Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Chad Carter
As we’ve been experimenting with new foods for Wyatt, we’re discovering that he’s a bit of a picky eater. We’ve tried all sorts of new foods to various degrees of success. One of our bigger problems – like I’m sure you’ve experienced – is trying to get him to eat veggies. Fresh, steamed, cooked, any attempt at getting him to try some veggies has been difficult. He’s just not that into having them in his diet.
But we’ve finally found something that works, a fruit and veggie smoothie that he loves to eat and allows us to sneak in some of his less favorite foods.
Here’s the recipe we use:
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
We all know that teething can be really hard on our babies. It makes me wish I could just switch places with them, or take the pain away with the snap of a finger.
Unfortunately, that isn’t an option, so I’ve come up with my list of 9 tips for soothing a teething baby. Some are hand-me-down tips from family, and others are ones I have discovered myself.
Posted by Chad Carter
The holidays are upon us, and I couldn’t be happier. This year is going to be so exciting and fun spending so much time with family. All that time together also means, LOTS of food. With a little guy who seems to always be hungry, I figured Thanksgiving dinner was going to be a sure bet. We were able to get him to try a few different options, but he found playing with it way more enjoyable. Thankfully, we were prepared.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
“When I’m rumbly in my tumbly, then it’s time to eat” – WINNIE THE POOH
Since I happen to have a baby who would love nothing more than to nurse 24/7, I figured our always-hungry, little pooh bear would be a big fan of food once we started solids. First steps first…decide which food to introduce first. We decided to keep it simple and go with mashed up avocado and this is how it went…
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Breastfeeding wasn’t easy for me at first. I struggled with my first child. Even though it is a natural thing, she just didn’t take to it very well at the beginning, and I hardly knew how to remedy any problem. I reached out to lactation consultants constantly for help and support. Eventually my daughter and I got the hang of it. I was surprised at how easy and convenient it was for me once I realized what I was doing. With my following girls, I had a bunch of tips and tricks up my sleeve to keep nursing going smoothly. So when Amani was born, I was surprised to find myself worried about breastfeeding again.