Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
If there is one thing you can never have enough of, it is mealtime supplies…especially bottles and sippy cups! I cannot tell you how many times I’ve gone to get my daughter something to drink or gone to make a bottle only to realize that we were totally out of bottles or cups. Washing a bottle while you have a kiddo crying nearby isn’t exactly the most fun ever. I do dishes a lot, but it never fails that we still run out from time to time. Little ones go through these things so quickly! But, thankfully Babies”R”Us has got you covered so you can stock up!
Posted by Krishann Briscoe
At 21 months old, it’s fair to say we have a picky eater on our hands. Our tiny diner has begun to boycott foods that where once among her favorites as well as some of the newer foods we try to introduce. With the exception of her tried and true favorites, the things she will willfully eat seem to change from one day to the next. One day she’s devouring spinach and the next day she’s using it as garland for her highchair. One day she’s eating her snack and the next minute she’s looking around for the dog so that she can eat it instead.
Posted by Keiko Zoll
There are very few things that Judah won’t eat. We’ve even moved on from feeding him traditional “baby food” – the kind that comes in jars and pouches – and now he’s pretty much eats what we eat at the table, with some slight modifications. Of all the things he loves to eat? Avocados. And we love feeding him avocado! There’s so many reasons to love this super fruit (that’s right, fruit!) but here are my top five reasons by I think avocados are pretty much the best baby food ever.
Posted by Jerika Welch
Snack time with a toddler can get tricky. Or should I say messy? Baylor is not afraid to make a mess when it comes to eating, drinking, or anything really. Thankfully we have discovered something that I don’t think we (I) would be able to survive without. The First Years snack containers.
These containers are handy little cups the perfect size for toddler hands with the most convenient lid. The lid is designed so that tiny hands can reach in, but when the cup is tossed about the snack doesn’t come out. Seriously the best cup ever! On the list of things I can’t leave the house without, these cups are at the top along with my baby, my cell-phone, and baby wipes. Ha! Here are some of our favorite The First Years snack containers from Disney Baby.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
As a breastfeeding mother, I know how important it is to keep up your milk supply. Especially if you are working and pumping, making enough milk can be hugely stressful! If you are looking to build your milk supply for your little nursling, consider eating or drinking some things that have natural, milk-producing ingredients in them! Here are 5 great lactation recipes for breastfeeding moms…