The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends weaning a child from the bottle at 15 months. That doesn’t seem too unreasonable considering most babies are ready to eat solid foods at 4 to 6 months and most doctors recommend transitioning from a bottle to a cup at 12 months. In fact, … Read more
Clothing is generally the first thing that mums-to-be buy when they’re pregnant. Who can resist those cute miniature-sized items of clothing! Here’s a summary of the essential items of clothing for baby. Even if you don’t know your baby’s sexyet, you can still start to fill his or her wardrobe with body … Read more
Whether you’ve hosted baby showers before or not, chances are you’ve got some questions regarding the right baby shower etiquette. You want to create a truly special time for the guest of honor without any unintended faux pas. This guide was specially created to help you get there. The real … Read more
The baby food diet doesn’t sound like the most appetizing diet to try, mainly because it’s not. Mushy carrots and apple puree is great for babies, but for those with mature taste buds, reverting back can be a bit of a difficult transition. That being said, there is no denying that the baby food diet is extremely popular.
Created by Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson about two years ago, the baby food diet took Hollywood by storm.Stars likeJennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and even our very own Cheryl Cole have sworn by this diet to shed those tricky pounds. But is this just another ridiculous celebrity craze or could those tiny jars really do you and your weight loss some good?
Let’s find out.
How it works:
The baby food diet has a few variations but the main concept is to eat baby food as a replacement for your meals.
The more your baby grows, the more chance you have of trying out new flavors on them. Bearing in mind that during the first few months baby should eat only one new food at a time. This tests the child’s tolerance and is better for their young taste buds. Here are some ideas … Read more
38°C, 39°C… your baby has a fever and you don’t know what else to do to offer him/her relief. How should you react? Should you consult a doctor straight away? Here is some advice to follow to avoid getting into a panic. What you need to know about fever A child … Read more
Just this past week, I bumped into two new moms of 4 months old who were particularly worried about when to start solids. One pointed out how her mother had been pressuring her for over 2 months to start solids – using that familiar phrase, “Well when you were a … Read more
Beginning your baby on solid food is exciting! Little spoons, pink-lipped mouths covered in baby food, and the delighted giggles of a baby who loves mashed bananas are endearing to any adult with half of a heart. However, before you rush to begin feeding baby food to your little one, … Read more
It is upon the parents to take care of their baby’s health. While proper food will keep a baby healthy, it is also important to ensure that the teeth, with which the baby chews its food, are in proper condition. Normally a baby has its first tooth at the age … Read more
Soft, gentle, delicate, and sensitive are words that best describe a baby’s skin. And while you leave no stone unturned for providing your baby with the best and perfect food and clothing, then why not care for its skin in the same way. A baby’s skin is the most sensitive; … Read more
You have had your baby! Suddenly all the necessary and unnecessary advice you got throughout pregnancy from friends and relatives seems to have doubled. When you reach out for that piece of mango, your mother-in-law is horrified. You can’t eat that she says pulling the fruit away. You have just … Read more