Posted on Oct 18 2017 - 11:49am by Christine
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There are so many wonderful reasons to offer blueberries to our little ones… They are one of the best sources of antioxidants Their gentle laxative effect keeps constipation at bay They can help prevent urinary tract infections They are far less likely than other types of berries to trigger allergic reactions They are the perfect shape and size for little...

Today’s recipe is a fun way to combine eggs and veggies, creating a nutritious treat that your baby can eat with his fingers. Ideal for breakfast or lunch, this recipe is perfect for babies who are already coping well with finger foods and have been introduced to whole eggs (you can learn more here about introducing eggs to your little one). This dish is also...

Jess from Pennsylvania, USA, wrote to us yesterday about her daughter, Dylan. She told us “Dylan is nearly 5 1/2 months old and – until now – exclusively breastfed. I had always planned to wait until the recommended age of 6 months to introduce her to solid foods, but I’m starting to wonder if I should give her something other than breast...

We received a message this week from Carla in the UK who had some concerns about whether or not her baby was properly digesting his food. She told us When I’m changing his nappy there are sometimes little pieces of what he has eaten in his poo. And the colour seems to be different every day! Does this mean that he has a digestive problem? Should I take him...

Some of the recipes on our site include stock or broth as an ingredient – and we always suggest you use the homemade variety! But is using homemade broth or stock really necessary when using a stock cube or commercially prepared broth is so much quicker? In our opinion, nothing beats the taste and benefits of a good, homemade stock! You can use it as the basis...