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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...

Posted on Nov 14 2011 - 8:34am by Christine
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Picture this: you’ve hunted down the freshest and most nutritious ingredients for your baby food recipes. You’ve just made a delicious batch of baby food with those fabulous ingredients and presented it to your tiny diner. He opens his mouth, accepts the first two spoonfuls willingly… then suddenly decides he’s had enough! You try every trick...

If you like to cook oatmeal (or porridge) for your baby then you’ve probably been in the situation where your little one is ready to eat the oatmeal… but the oatmeal is too hot to be eaten! We know from experience how it can feel as if it takes FOREVER for a hot breakfast to cool down when baby is hungry! So we were delighted to receive this tip yesterday from Angela in Ipswich, UK and to share it with you today. Angela told us My little boy loves his morning porridge but doesn’t love waiting for it to be ready. So...

Baby food stains – you spend a fortune on a gorgeous little outfit for your baby… but one messy meal-time later – it’s ruined! Just how DO you keep baby’s clothes clean? Well, one of the most most useful things we’ve learned in raising our five messy little munchkins is that the sterilizing solution used for baby’s bottles...

No, this isn’t a message we received from a visitor to our site – it was actually something that happened to OUR little one last week! We decided to share the story and solution here, in case you ever find yourself in the same unfortunate (and panicky!) predicament. Our youngest family member – Joe – is now two years old and last week we gave...