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Choosing a wrap/flatbread for your baby

How do you choose a wrap or flatbread for your baby? They can be a great finger food and useful in main meals for babies like quesadillas.

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Choosing a yoghurt for your baby

How do you choose a yoghurt for your baby? And what about if you don’t have the brand I use in your local supermarket?

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Should you avoid meat at dinner for better baby sleep?

This is something I am asked ALL THE TIME. So many parents are told NOT to feed their baby foods high in protein (like meat) before bed

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Toddler recipes

This is a post for my subscribers who have older babies or kiddos.It’s a recipe book with lots of different recipes including fish and beans

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How much fruit and yoghurt can I let my baby eat?!

It’s all she wants at the moment. How much can I give her?”So the key here is making sure that you stay in charge of ‘what’ is offered

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WHEN and HOW can I give my baby cow’s milk?

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.

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Baby Mealtimes Family Food Challenge!

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.

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Dr Kyla’s Philosophy

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.

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Baby Mesh Feeders

Mesh feeders are little contraptions that babies can hold onto with a mesh bag to put food in for safe tasting.

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Baby Snacks

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Mess

Feeding babies is MESSY. Many Mums and Dads cringe at the thought of their baby smearing food into their hair or dropping…

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Drinks for babies

If your baby is breastfed, they don’t need any water until they start eating solids. If your baby is formula fed, you may need to offer…

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