This is a guest post was written by Jennifer House, RD, author of Baby Led Weaning: The Parents Guide to Baby Led Weaning Baby-led weaning is the trendy way to introduce your baby to solids. … [Read more...] about Choking and Baby-Led Weaning: What You Need to Know
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT STARTING SOLIDS Starting solids is an exciting milestone in your baby's life, but it can also be confusing, especially when you're overloaded with conflicting information … [Read more...] about Starting Solids Basics: What Parents Need to Know
I recently had the pleasure of visiting Burnbrae Farms just outside of Ottawa, where I was lead through the entire egg production and grading system, and taught about the different hen housing … [Read more...] about How to Choose the Best Type of Egg for Your Family
September has always been my favourite month of the year. Not only is the weather usually lovely here in Calgary (I'm knocking on wood right now), and the colours beautiful, but I also think of … [Read more...] about Sarah is going back to work!
Yes! In a joint statement by the Canadian Pediatric Society and the Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (and endorsed by Dietitians of Canada), doctors agree that there are no … [Read more...] about Is Introducing Peanut Butter As Early As 6 Months Is Ok?
It's been a while (over a month I guess) since I've blogged over here so I thought it was about time... I cannot believe that Lylah is one month old! Time really flies when you have kids. … [Read more...] about Lylah’s First Month
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Having a two year old is fun, fascinating and frustrating all at the same time. Especially when it comes to eating. These little people are now asserting their independence and trying to … [Read more...] about Feeding Your Toddler: What Is Your Responsibility As The Parent?