Baby

Breastfeeding Moms: 8 Tips For Returning to Work

Transitioning back to work after having a baby can be tricky, especially for breastfeeding moms who wish to continue nursing. If you're anything like me, you may have some anxiety about how it's all going to work; keeping your milk supply up,…

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New Innovative {Must Have} Highchair

A highchair is something that you use everyday - and sometimes it feels like all day!  Between my 3 kids, I have tried out probably 6 or 7 different high chairs.  Some are too bulky, some are not sturdy enough,…

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Top 20 Finger Foods For Baby

My third baby is five months-old now, which means that in three or four short weeks, he'll begin the journey of learning to eat solid foods. Because he's my third, I'm anxious (in a good way) to get going, and…

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Kids and Eczema: Everything You Need to Know

Camber Hess is a Family Nurse Practitioner working at a family practice in Utah seeing all ages and treating a wide variety of conditions. She has 2 kids of her own, ages 3 and 4 months. Seeing a rash on…

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Baby-Led Weaning: Top 5 Tips For Success

When my oldest was six-months old, I hadn't yet heard of baby-led weaning. Instead, I carefully mixed infant rice cereal with expressed breast milk, sat him in his brand new high chair, and started the video camera to catch every second of…

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Breastfeeding and Formula Feeding

As a dietitian, I knew that I would breastfeed when I had a baby.  Why? I was taught that breastfeeding is best, and I agreed that breastfeeding is best.   There are so many benefits to breastfeeding, including that it contains…

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Starting Solids 101: What You Need to Know

Starting solids can seem overwhelming for a new parent (or even a second or third-time parent!), especially when you're overloaded with conflicting information about what, when, and how to do it. You might be wondering things like: Should I introduce…

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Can Food Allergies Be Prevented?

Thanks for reading- This article does not imply that all allergies can be prevented. We are merely sharing that early exposure can be helpful in preventing some allergies. You’ve probably heard that the occurrence of food allergies is on the…

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Top Tips for Sleep and Daylight Savings Time

The leaves are changing colour, and a chill is in the air. Fall has arrived, and with it comes the end of Daylight Savings Time. For some, Daylight Savings Time simply means changing the numbers on the clock, but for…

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Toddler Recipe: Banana Bites

When browsing the baby food aisle, I notice most of your "baby first foods" are quite healthy!  Most only have a fruit or vegetable with a little water.  However, when you move up into the toddler food and snack food,…

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