Puree pouches are super convenient, they contain fruits & vegetables, and most importantly kids love them, but are they really a healthy option for your baby? They may seem just as wholesome as homemade, but unfortunately that’s not the case… even with ‘organic’ on the label.Read More
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!Read More
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Bananas are a great food for little ones. They have a soft texture and natural sweetness that babies love. Ripe bananas are easy to digest and provide needed energy for growing bodies.
We also eat a lot of eggs in our house. When my son was introduced to solids we started with egg yolks and waited to introduce the whole egg with whites. The yolks are where the most beneficial nutrients are found. They are stocked with B vitamins, healthy fats, choline, and the harder to obtain fat-soluble vitamins A & D.Read More
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When my little one was ready for solid foods I decided to use the baby-led weaning approach. In this method finger foods are introduced right from the start and purees are skipped altogether. It was a wonderful fit for my family and I believe it really helped our son establish healthy eating habits.Read More
I’ve already written about the incredible benefits of consuming traditional bone broth during pregnancy, but this nutrient dense liquid is also amazing for babies! Unlike store bought broth or stock, which is cooked for only 45 minutes to 4 hours, bone broth is simmered for quite a long time. As the broth simmers, nutrients leach from the bones, leaving you with a wonderfully nourishing and flavorful liquid.Read More