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Have you ever been harassed by security staff when attempting to fly with baby food, breast milk or formula? Despite the fact that the Transit Security Administration’s (TSA) own guidelines state that these items are allowed, parents often find themselves subjected to an uncomfortable level of scrutiny and very poor treatment when trying to bring them on to...

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...

If we had to name our two biggest concerns about flying with a young baby, they’d be… 1. How on earth am I going to manage holding my wriggly baby for the entire flight? 2. Will baby’s ears hurt during take off and landing? Here are two products that may put your mind at ease on both counts… the Snazzy Baby Travel Chair and the Baby Banz Hearing...

Our posts are usually about homemade baby items of the edible kind – but today’s post was inspired by a visitor to our Travel With Baby section who wrote to tell us about how she keeps her baby occupied on long car trips: Based on the principle that my baby loves to pull all of the baby wipes out of the packet, I made one of these tissue box toys and it kept him busy for quite a while. It also kept my eldest daughter busy as she was the one given the job of refilling the box every time he emptied it! We think this is a fun...

Today we’re deviating a little from the topic of baby food recipes, to tell you a quick and easy way we’ve discovered to get the sand off your baby after a visit to the beach. Despite having lived in the Bahamas for seven years (or probably because of it), we can’t stand sand! It gets in your shoes, in your food during picnics by the sea, but –...