Bonding with Your Baby Through Shared Food

You may find it cool and convenient to give food to your baby while the baby is watching cartoons and you are doing some other household chores or simply scrolling your phone. But remember: mealtimes need to be fun-filled family times. They are the best times to bond with your baby and work on not […]

Baby-Led Weaning and Food Safety

The exciting time of parenthood comes when you start the weaning journey with your cutie pie. But it is also a time of great hard work and extra care, as you have to focus on so many things. You need to look for the readiness signals, decide which weaning approach to go for, bring some […]

Tips for Mess-Free BLW

Infant feeding is immensely challenging for the parents, as weaning has a major impact upon the nutritional status and health of the infant. Transition from exclusive breastfeeding to complementary feeding should be followed by spoon feeding for 4-6 months and then introducing solid foods.  Majority of parents used to prefer introducing solids to their babies […]

How to Reduce the Risk of Raising a Fussy Eater

While your baby wants to enjoy their independence by being the king of their little world and exploring different foods, it is a normal part of the process to become fussy. The baby could eat too little one day or dislike something that is liked too much the other day or avoid new foods the […]

Baby-Led Weaning: How and When to Begin

You may be inspired by the baby-led weaning approach but are having a hard time giving it a start. Worry not! Here is a guide with simple easy tips to help you get started with the baby-led weaning method. A study on 216 Spanish parents with babies 0-6 months old found 98.6% of the parents […]

Baby-Led Weaning Basics

Baby-led weaning, or baby-led feeding, is an approach to introducing solid foods to your baby whereby spoon-feeding and purees are skipped in favor of finger foods that babies can eat on their own. In this way, the parents and caregivers follow the baby’s lead. This method makes it possible for parents to bypass the idea […]