Newborn nursing 101: Getting on a baby feeding schedule

Newborn nursing 101: Getting on a baby feeding schedule

As a new mother there are always tons of questions about nursing and how often exactly you should be doing it with your child. While it will very likely vary due to your child specifically, it is typically recommend that you start by waiting for your baby to make signs that he or she is hungry.

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Baby first food recipes

Baby first food recipes

When your baby is first starting off solids it can be difficult to know what exactly they should be eating. While many parents purchase baby food for their child, some parents find that making their own baby food can be a better option for their child and wallet. If you are thinking about making your own baby food and aren't sure if it's worth the effort, check out our article here about weighing the pros and cons.  

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Kale for babies, the super baby food

Kale for babies, the super baby food

Kale is called a superfood because it is high in essential nutrients, fiber, and protein, but low in calories and fat. Specifically Kale is very high in Vitamin A, C and K, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, and Sodium. In fact, Kale even has more calcium per ounce than cow’s milk.

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