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Let’s start with the one hard rule around cow’s milk- it is NOT suitable as a drink for babies under the age of one. Until your baby’s first birthday, they should have breastmilk or infant...

It’s #BMFamilyFoodChallenge time! Recently I told you how I wanted to make it a priority to have family dinners in my household, with everyone eating the same meal. My baby has just turned one and I...

Here's my explanation of the key things you need to do as a parent at mealtimes. I also talk about what your baby will be responsible for. This is how I apply the Ellyn Satter...

✨Mesh feeders- help or hinder?✨ Mesh feeders are little contraptions that babies can hold onto with a mesh bag to put food in for safe tasting. So do they help babies learning to eat? Of course it’s...

Do babies need snacks? When your baby is 9 months or less, you really don’t need to be including snacks as well as main meals and milk feeds. Between 10-12 months you can start to introduce a regular snack, but usually this will take the place of a day milk feed. Milk is still really important in that first year, so you don’t need to rush this transition.  

Feeding babies is MESSY. Many Mums and Dads cringe at the thought of their baby smearing food into their hair or dropping it all over the floor. That’s a really normal feeling. But, we know...

WHAT TO DRINK  From birth to 12 months, your baby only needs to drink breastmilk OR formula and water.     If your baby is breastfed, they don’t need any water until they start eating solids. If your baby is formula...