A Little More Wisdom
Making Baby Food at Home: Safety Tips You Should Know
Written by Cathy Hale on May 17th, 2016
Paving the path for a life of nutrition can start at home in your own kitchen with a food processor. If you’re interested in making homemade baby food your hungry little tot, you’re not alone. Today lots of moms and dads are preparing their own baby food at home, which is wonderful.
Guide for Introducing Your Baby to Solid Foods
Written by Cathy Hale on March 3rd, 2016
Every mother is different, but I was thrilled when my baby boys started eating solid foods. Hooray! Formula and breast milk just weren’t enough to keep them full, but baby food did the trick. Happy full tummies at last!
Baby Basics: Good Microbes & Happy Tummies
Written by Cathy Hale on February 11th, 2016
The word “probiotics” is more prevalent than ever before when it comes to discussions about maintaining overall health. In fact, if you speak with “gut” professionals like gastroenterologists, they often recommend that adults should take probiotics to support intestinal health.
8 Tips for Parents of Picky Eaters
Written by Cathy Hale on February 8th, 2016
The first few months of feeding my son “real” food was a breeze. He absolutely loved baby food. In fact, he liked carrots so much that he actually turned a slight shade of orange because I was feeding them to him almost daily. Oops! New mom problems, right?
Understanding Your Baby’s Digestion
Written by Cathy Hale on July 21st, 2015
When it comes to caring for healthy newborns and babies, most parents worry about things like sleeping, naptime, feeding schedules and who’s on diaper duty. But new parents quickly discover that their baby’s tummy health has a huge impact on all of the above, because when your baby’s belly woes are making them fussy and uncomfortable everyone feels sad.
The Best Foods for Baby’s First Meals
Written by Cathy Hale on July 14th, 2015
Did you know butternut squash is a great first food for your baby? It’s high in vitamin A and potassium and most babies think it’s pretty tasty. Another reason it makes the “first meal” list is because it’s typically low on the allergy scale.