When Olivia was six months I got my act together and made some baby food. The experience was blah until I bought the Beaba baby food maker. Here’s my review of the machine, my reflection on making baby food and some recipes.
At 8 months, Liv is ready to eat! She has a cute little pincer grasp and can pick up lots of food! Here is a week in our home with what we ate, the recipes, grocery list and modifications for Olivia.
Olivia is ready for food! This post has – along with Melissa’s feelings! – some practical tips on what to care about and what to let go when you start solid food for baby.
Aloha! My family just got back from a week in Hawaii. Are you taking a baby on vacation? Here is what I learned about baby food on vacation. It’s easier and more fun to feed your baby while away than you think.
I want you to know something…I use formula.
There! I said it. I’ve promoted exclusive breastfeeding professionally for over 10 years. Then, I had Olivia and I needed help. Check out our story and learn about combo feeding on the blog.
I honestly didn’t even know combination feeding was ‘a thing’ until I wrote about our experience this week. Surprise! What we do has a name.
YES! It’s that time of year — Amazon Prime Day! In case you need a reason to do some online shopping, let us make it a bit easier for you to scout the feeding your kids / nursing / I’m pregnant categories. We’re checking the deals throughout the day, so check out the timestamp of […]
From the first time Alex fed Olivia in the hospital to sorting out their bottle feeding routine we learned a lot. This is a dad primer on baby bottles. Are you a dad? Don’t miss out on feeding. It’s pretty special.
Welcome to our new blog! I’m here to share what really happens when an expert in maternal and child nutrition becomes a mom and feeds a child. My baby Olivia and I are going for Emily Oster meets Pinch of Yum.