Breast is best, but introducing some formula may actually help you keep nursing longer.
Everything new moms need to know about bottlefeeding your baby.
Choosing the best one for your child can be overwhelming. Drink in everything you need to know about selecting the right sipper.
Get ready with this beginner's guide to bottlefeeding.
Try one of these positions to ensure a comfortable mealtime.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, How many ounces of breast milk should my baby be eating from the bottle?
This step-by-step advice will help you successfully bottle feed your baby.
Learn the ABCs of bottlefeeding your newborn.
You won't have to worry about Bisphenol-A in your baby's milk when you feed her from one of these bottles or cups.
Following your newborn's feeding and diaper patterns is a helpful way to make sure your baby's growing on track. Print our log and get started!
Let us take you through your first bottlefeeding experience.
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It's best to have a plan when weaning your little one. We tell you how to make the process go as smoothly as possible for you and your little one.
Once your baby can start eating solids, be sure to introduce him to super foods. Learn about the best nutrient-packed options for your munchkin and when to introduce them.
Go green with your bottles.
For a variety of reasons, some mothers forgo breastfeeding. Luckily, there are several types of infant formula that provide the nutrition babies need.
For happy mealtimes, here's a rundown of the basic steps for breast-feeding or bottle-feeding your baby
Feeding Baby doesn't always go smoothly. Here are three solutions to your biggest feeding frustrations.
Once your baby hits the four-month mark, she may be ready to start solids. Learn what kinds of food to try and how much she should be eating.
New research may have you rethink the way you feed your baby.
Tips for cleaning your baby's bottles.
You know your little one needs to eat regularly, but what is considered a normal feeding schedule? Learn how often your newborn should be eating and how much, whether he is breastfed or bottlefed.
Your baby can start having cow's milk after his first birthday. Learn the right way to serve it to your tot.
Accidents with Bottles, Pacifiers, and Sippy Cups. Courtesy of Nationwide Children's Hospital.