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Feeding & Nutrition
Whether you’re bottle feeding, breastfeeding (or trying to juggle both), or about to embark into the messy world of solids, feeding a tot isn’t always as simple as it should be. In this section, we cover everything from breastfeeding tips, choosing the right formula, understanding allergies and healthy & fun recipe ideas.
If you find yourself wondering how or when you should start introducing solids into your baby’s diet, trust us — you are not alone. Lactation Consultant, Rebecca Agi, weighs in.
It’s never too late to start talking to your kids about what “real” food is, where ingredients come from and how to cook homemade meals. Give them the gift of knowledge and an open mind. Calgary Avansino shares her Top 10 tips.
Talk of allergies has never been more prevalent. Everyone seems to have one… But do they? Dr. Clare Thompson discusses the difference between having an allergy and being intolerant.
As parents, our job is to offer a variety of nutritious foods for our kids to eat. How that food is eaten … and how much, well, that’s up to your little one. Baby Wellness expert, Megan Garcia, shares six simple tips for managing picky eaters.
These delicious recipes just go to show that healthy party food needn’t be dull.
Lactation expert Judy Eastbourne shares vital tips to help new moms produce more breastmilk.
The stylish guide to a birthday party everyone will remember (with the possible exception of your tot herself)
Whether you choose to breastfeed or bottle feed your baby, those precious moments allow you to sit back, relax and bond with your baby.
Lactation expert Judy Eastburn writes about the early days of breastfeeding, what to expect and where to get help.