Posted on Jan 4 2017 - 9:05am by Christine
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There’s one accessory you just HAVE to have when it’s time to feed your baby ‘real’ food – and that’s a good bib! The trouble is that the very purpose that bibs are designed for – protecting baby’s clothes from his colorful blueberry puree or mashed carrots – means that the bibs themselves become horribly stained! Of...

These yummy, sugar free cookies make the perfect treat for babies from around 12 months of age. They are firm on the outside, ‘squidgy’ on the inside and ideal for tots who can bite and chew well. (Please note that they are not suitable for younger babies who are new to finger foods). Your older children (and you!) will enjoy these tasty cookies too! Here’s...

Posted on Dec 14 2016 - 12:20pm by Christine
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Christmas is ALWAYS a special time – but baby’s first Christmas is simply magical! Here are our top tips for making the most of the festive season with your little one. Keeping baby safe at Christmas Christmas is great fun – but it can also present lots of hazards to your baby that you may not have thought of. So here we’ve compiled a list...

Food is rarely the sole cause of eczema in children, but food sensitivity may worsen the symptoms of eczema in some children. Avoiding dairy products is often helpful for babies with eczema – whilst it is unlikely to eradicate the symptoms altogether, many parents notice a marked improvement when they eliminate dairy from their babies’ diets. Caron from...

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...