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Your amazing baby grows at a tremendous rate during his first year. That incredible growth also applies to his brain, which makes millions of new connections as he responds to the world around him. As parents, we help with the development of our little ones’ brains by providing plenty of stimulation and exposing them to new experiences – but did you know we...

With its wonderful aromatic spices, hint of coconut and nutrient packed veggies, this is the perfect homemade baby food recipe for your little gourmet! This recipe works as well for adults as it does for tiny diners, but we like to add some chili and a good dash of lime when we are eating it ourselves. Saying that, our littlest man (now 15 months) is certainly not averse...

Although preparing homemade baby food isn’t as time consuming as some may think, little short-cuts to shave off a few minutes here and there are always welcome! One great time-saver is using baking parchment, which can really cut down on the amount of equipment you’ll need to wash up after making baby’s food. Baking parchment – also known as parchment...

We received a message last week from Sandra in London, England. She told us After reading the information given on your website, I’m not just feeding brown rice to my baby, I’m switching the whole family over from white rice! Funnily enough, my husband has been the only one to object, but he’s learning to like it. The problem is that it takes so long...

There really is no comparison between brown and white rice in terms of nutritional value for your baby – brown rice is a ‘whole’ grain with its bran and germ layers intact, whereas white rice has had almost of of its nutrients stripped away during processing. Using brown rice instead of white rice in all your homemade baby food recipes is one of the easiest...