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A Mum from Australia sent us a message yesterday, asking if it really is absolutely necessary to introduce new foods separately. She said… “…friends...

Is the four day rule for introducing new foods to baby REALLY necessary – or is it an overly cautious, outdated practice? If you’re not already familiar with the four day rule, it simply means waiting at least four days before introducing each new food to your baby. So if, for example, you offer your baby sweet potatoes for the very first time on Monday, then...

As you introduce new foods to your baby, it’s a good idea to make a note of exactly WHAT you introduce and WHEN. This is helpful for two reasons…...

Leading healthcare organizations around the world recommend that babies are given only breastmilk or formula for the first 6 months of life, because they provide all the nutrients that your baby needs. We support this advice and much of the information on our site relates to babies of 6 months of age and older. However, we sometimes receive messages from parents who have...

If there’s one thing we’ve learned from raising our family, it’s that no two children are ever the same and that you may as well toss the ‘rule book’ out the window! This is particularly true when it comes to babies – and even more so when it comes to feeding them! When you first set about introducing solids to your baby, your main...