Australian reality TV star Maddi Wright shared her struggle about choosing to breastfeed her baby and how it affected her as a parent.
The proud mom of our new cover star tells us the story behind the contest-winning photo. Plus, see all of our adorable finalists!
New research suggests the link between breastfed babies and cognitive ability may not be as strong as previously believed.
Make your baby's first bites more than just a sweet milestone.
Here's how to overcome common nursing problems and keep on breastfeeding.
Amid the mess of mealtime with baby are some serious life lessons, apparently.
New research suggests people's unbalanced eating habits begin before their first birthdays!
There are a lot of myths around transitioning babies to solid food. Pediatrician parents and the authors of The Pediatrician's Guide to Feeding Babies and Toddlers separate fact from fiction.
Peanut allergy is one of the most common food allergies. New research suggests ways to protect children, and one company has created a product designed to prevent peanut allergies altogether.
If your baby is starting solids, these flavor combos will have them saying, "more please!"
Your baby read for some protein in their diet? Try these ways to introduce it!
Target has announced the launch of Yummy Spoonfuls, a new baby food line co-created by celebrity mom Camila Alves.
One thing is for sure, if Baby could text, he'd have plenty of thoughts on the timing of his meals.
A recent study of products designed to be a baby's "first finger foods" found many were choking hazards.
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.
A new study has identified a key reason why black moms are less likely to breastfeed than white moms.
Despite previous guidelines, new research has found the age at which you introduce gluten into baby's diet does not affect his risk for developing celiac disease.
We need so much more of what this Olive Garden waiter served up for one overwhelmed mama.
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.
A mom blogger offers a slightly different spin on burping your baby, but it's seriously shaking things up for parents everywhere.
New guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend no juice for babies and set stricter limits on portions for older kids too.
Are sippy cups really the best cup to introduce after (or alongside) breast or bottle? Experts suggest a straw or open cup instead, and here's why.
So much growth, so little time! All babies need plenty of nutrients to promote healthy growth in the first year of life (and beyond!)--here are five of them.
Learn about common feeding problems and how to handle them.