Oh Baby Faves: Feeding Baby

Oh Baby Faves: Feeding Baby

Who knew having a baby would require so much product research? The truth is, all a baby really needs is nourishment, warmth, and love. But there are definitely some things that can help make the journey easier for both of you. In this 'Oh Baby Faves', I share my personal favorite products for starting solids! 

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the important difference between choking , gagging & coughing in babies

the important difference between choking , gagging & coughing in babies

When starting solids with your baby, choking and gagging are always the biggest concern. Choking is probably the number one reason why parents don’t give baby-led weaning a chance and decide against introducing finger foods from the start. This is an incredibly important topic and I wanted to cover everything you need to know so you can keep baby safe and have more confidence with solids. 

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A Review Of Our First Month With Baby-Led Weaning

A Review Of Our First Month With Baby-Led Weaning

I was actually a little nervous to start Stevie on solids. Partly because exclusive breastfeeding is just so easy and starting solids meant an additional layer of responsibility as a mother. It also meant I could no longer deny that my little baby was growing up. But I was mostly nervous to see how she’d take to baby-led weaning. I’m such an advocate of the method… I’ve written blog posts declaring my love, taught seminars about it, and even created an online guide to help other parents benefit from the wonders of a self-fed baby.

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I Heart Hemp Heart Pesto

I Heart Hemp Heart Pesto

I love using this to top spiralized zucchini pasta, with sautéed onion, mushrooms, and an extra sprinkle of hemp hearts. I also enjoy eating it with a spoon straight out of the bowl. It's that good. You might not think of pesto as a baby food, but this recipe is a nutrient dense way to introduce babies to leafy greens and add a more complex flavor to their foods. This pesto is also great to eat during pregnancy because the 3 cups of dark leafy’s that go into it are an excellent source of the important prenatal nutrient, folate. 

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