Once you've made the decision to formula-feed, all the choices and steps can leave you scratching your head. This guide can help you figure out the ins and outs of formula-feeding.
All About Formula
How to choose and prepare the right formula for your baby.
Current guidelines say some at-risk babies should eat peanut-containing foods early in an attempt to prevent food allergies. Now your baby's food packaging may reflect that advice.
Your baby may gag when learning to eat solid foods, especially with baby led-weaning. Here's when gagging is good—and when you need to be concerned.
When your little one is starting solids make sure she's getting plenty of protein-rich baby food. Here are some smart, easy-prep choices.
Learning to self-feed at mealtime is big milestone for your little one—and for you! Follow these guidelines to learn how to raise a healthy, independent eater.
Make your baby’s first bites more than just a sweet milestone.
After nourishing three babies with formula, I've heard it all. (I don't deserve to be a mom because I'm not breastfeeding? Ouch!) These are just some of the things people say to moms who use baby formula—and they're not helpful at all.
Your baby can start having cow's milk after his first birthday. Learn the right way to serve it to your tot.
At this age, it might be time to start feeding your baby finger foods. We tell you how to plan a full day's menu for your bundle of joy.
Holiday Foods Babies Can Eat Too
Nine foods (and how to serve them) that even the smallest holiday diners can enjoy.
In a consensus, the American Academy of Pediatrics and nine other medical professional organizations threw their weight behind a study recommending that peanut-containing products be introduced to babies.
Starting solids is an adventure for today's babies. With so many new ways to add nutrients, variety, and flavor to your petite gourmand's plate, you can begin now to instill a love of healthy food for life.
Introducing Baby to Cow's Milk
While it may seem a perfectly ordinary milestone in our little one's development, the process of introducing dairy to your baby does require some strategy. Get answers to your most-asked questions and learn the dos and don'ts of starting Baby on cow's milk.
Family Recipes Made for Baby
Studies show that babies become more adaptable eaters when they eat foods prepared for the whole family. Renee Lessen, a clinical nutritionist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, says, "As long as your family is eating well, there is no reason why your baby shouldn't have what you're having." Most dinners can be easily tailored to food fit for Baby, saving time and money and adding a seat at the table for the littlest family member.
Starting your baby on solid foods can be stressful. Here's how to keep him safe and healthy as he begins his eating adventures.