Baby Food: Butternut Squash Puree|
descriptionCatherine McCord's Butternut Squash is a great introduction to solid foods.
Baby Food: Spinach and Banana Puree
Give baby a nutritious start on solids with Catherine McCord's Spinach and Banana Puree.
Quick Tip: Baby Food Storage
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Baby Food: Butternut Apple Sweet Potato Puree
Learn how to make Butternut Apple Sweet Potato Puree, a great first food for babies.
Healthy Snacks: Veggie Pancakes
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The Best Positions for Bottle Feeding
-There are many ways to bottle feed your baby that will ensure a comfortable meal time. One option is to cradle him. Place your baby's head in the crook of one arm and put your other arm around his body pressing him to your side or holding him under his back and bottom. Lift the elbow holding yourwanna feed a baby when he's lying down because the formula or breast milk can flow into the middle ear causing an infection. If your baby has painful gas or acid reflux , consider sitting him on your lap so he's in an upright position . Let his head rest on your chest so he's facing out or position him sideways with his head resting in the crook
How to Establish a Routine With Your Baby
Babies thrive on stability, so follow these steps to make both you and your baby a little calmer and happier.push back bedtime or mealtime due to things like holidays or other special events , try to stay as consistent as possible. Posting a schedule will help anyone that stays with your baby like a babysitter or grandparents stick to the routine when you're not around. Also keep your baby's routine in mind when scheduling doctor's appointment and play dates to minimize disruptions and to help ensure that your baby is well rested, comfortably full and happy when you're
How to Start Solids
-Your baby should be at least 4 months before you introduce her to solids, but it's best to wait until 6 months. At that age he'll have developed good head control and the skills necessary for swallowing food. You'll know she's ready for solids of she seems fascinated watching you eat, eagerlyeat solids, start her off with pureed foods, vegetables or iron-fortified whole grain cereals . Stir full of anything with added sugars. When making cereal, mix it with breast milk or formula until it's slightly thicker than a [unk]. Prepare a very small amount and offer it to her on a small spoon. Some babies may rejects solids at first. That's okay. She's still gonna use this new source of nutrients. If she's 6 months old, continue to offer them slowly and calmly until she gets to hang a bit. If she's younger, you can wait a few days and try again. Even after you've introduced solids you should continue to offer breast milk or formula at meal time for the first couple of months. Start save 2 of her meals with one or two tablespoons of solid food followed by breast milk or formula. As your baby gets older, you can gradually increase the number of times you offer solids as well as the
Starting Solid Food
Important tips for feeding baby his first solid food. Plus, find out which foods are not safe for your little one.he doesn't seem to like. And don't force him to eat more solid food than he wants. If necessary, you can supplement his diet with milk, instead. Suggestions for food. Various cereal mixtures with iron. Do