Mealtimes with baby are fun. They are also very messy! One of the biggest problems is keeping baby’s bowl ON his highchair tray, the RIGHT WAY UP. And even if you manage to accomplish that, it’s still very likely you will end up with the highchair tray (or your dining table) smeared with a large proportion of baby’s dinner! That’s why we...

Today we have an interesting recipe for pancakes, sent in by one of our readers, Oleysia. Oleysia lives in the USA but is originally from Russia. She told us My baby (and myself!) love this breakfast meal that I call Cottage Cheese Pancakes. This recipe is from Russia/Ukraine and my Mom reminded me how I used to love them. They are called Syrniki in Russian and...

Posted on May 8 2017 - 11:33am by Christine
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If you are taking a trip with your baby and you will cross international borders, then it’s important to take proper documentation along with you to avoid potential problems. Officials are extremely vigilant about the documentation for children crossing borders and it pays to be prepared – otherwise you could end up dealing with a very disappointing or...

There are three things we love about this recipe… It’s VERY easy to prepare. It turns oatmeal into a finger food – great for babies who love to feed themselves but struggle with oatmeal on a spoon. It makes a fabulous, time-saving breakfast – just bake a batch when you have time, cut into portions and store in the refrigerator or freezer,...

Christina in San Francisco, US contacted us recently with a great idea she wanted to share with other parents! She suggested that – instead of freezing baby’s food in ice trays – try spooning it into silicone cupcake liners, which are easier to use. We think this is a great idea! The advantage of using cupcake liners is – of course –...