Nutrition is a crucial factor for healthy growth for 9-month-old babies. Signs that your baby is ready to start eating solid foods include good head and neck control. Our sample 9 month baby food chart contains a full-day meal plan to help you decide what solid foods to introduce to your baby. Many parents think […]
The first 1,000 days greatly impact the child’s lifelong health. You should create a nutritious baby food chart depending on the child’s age. Babies should have a balanced diet containing iron, vitamins and proteins. When introducing your baby to new foods, like peanut butter and strawberry allergies, look out for common food allergies. The BLW
Introduction Colic in breastfed babies is relatively common, affecting around 20-25% of all infants within their first three months. While it can make life difficult for parents who are already exhausted from lack of sleep and constant worrying over their baby’s well-being, it also has some simple solutions to help soothe a colicky infant. Understanding
Breast milk is highly beneficial for the infant, but formulas are a safe feeding alternative. Following the recommendations, safely switch to solids when you’re baby’s ready. Adequate nutrition enhances cognitive function, strengthens bone health and fosters a robust immune system. Be aware of allergies and food intolerance in infants and seek professional help if necessary.