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On this site, we often talk about the importance of introducing our little ones to a wide range of tastes and textures. As well as ensuring our babies are receiving a broad spectrum of nutrients, this approach also prevents “fussy eating” – tots who are already enjoying lots of different healthy foods are far less likely to be picky eaters later...

We received a message today from Louise in the UK who’d just experienced the car journey from hell! Her little boy, Rhys, is 8 months old and has been enjoying a wide variety of foods since he started solid foods at 6 months. He’s never experienced any problems with digesting his food, so Louise thought nothing of including a new element into his dinner...

Posted on Aug 3 2016 - 5:04am by Christine
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Have you ever watched your little one trying to pick up pieces of slippery food, like banana, peach or avocado? It can be pretty difficult – and doesn’t your heart go out to him when he almost gets the food into his mouth… only for it to slide right back through his fingers? But you can make things a little easier for him! (This is a tip that appears...

Baby knows best – it’s official! New research has shown that babies allowed to feed themselves from the outset via Baby Led Weaning tend to eat healthier AND maintain a healthy weight as they grow, compared to spoon fed babies. The research, conducted in the UK and published in BMJ Open, studied 155 children aged from 20 months to 6.5 years, whose parents...

We’ve had another wonderful year of sharing our favourite homemade baby food recipes, tips and techniques with you and we’ve very much enjoyed receiving all your photos and messages. Thank you so much for supporting us! As the year draws to a close we thought we’d take a moment to look back over our top homemade baby food posts of 2011, giving you a chance to catch up with any that you might have missed. So here we go… we hope you (and your babies!) enjoy them: Moist and Mouthwatering Sweet Potato Bread Spiced...