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    Introducing Utensils to your Baby

    Introducing Utensils to your Baby

    The importance of utensils for feeding and motor development, and what types you should use. Did you know that by offering your baby feeding utensils like a beaker and a spoon from six months will help them understand better how to feed themselves as they reach 1 years of age. That’s not to say they will be able to use the utensil straight away, rather that they will learn how to use it over the next six months. 

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    Milk Feeds when Weaning your Baby

    Milk Feeds when Weaning your Baby

    Having the right balance of milk and food during the early will months will ensure you have a successful weaning journey with your baby. Jen Crawford from Doula Care chatted to me on 'your baby’s milk feeds once you start to introduce solid foods'. This is definitely one of the most asked questions

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    The benefits of a footrest for your baby's highchair

    The benefits of a footrest for your baby's highchair

    The Footsi is designed by Australian-based Mel Howe from Pimp My High Chair who, like lots of other Mum's, loved the ease of cleaning the IKEA Antilop high chair*, but noticed that without a footrest her daughter looked uncomfortable and showed little interest in her food. From this, she realised that a footrest was needed, thus the Footsi was born!

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    What to do if your child doesn't finish their lunchbox?

    What to do if your child doesn't finish their lunchbox?

    Seeing your child come home with the lunchbox almost as full as when they left can be extremely frustrating and may even leave you feeling a little hopeless when it comes to lunchbox prep! Below, I have listed a few handy ways to try and get your little ones finishing their lunches, from the starting out in big school stage all the way to that dreaded fussy older child phase!

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    Top Tips for Building the Perfect Lunchbox

    Top Tips for Building the Perfect Lunchbox

    The key to the perfect lunchbox is balance. This means that every day your child is getting at least one item from the three main food groups in their lunchbox: carbohydrates, protein, fruit and/or vegetables. Including all food groups also ensures your child gets their fibre intake. Eating foods rich in fibre helps prevent constipation and safeguards against other bowel problems.

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    Top 10 Tips on how to pack a lunchbox for a fussy child

    Top 10 Tips on how to pack a lunchbox for a fussy child

    We would all love to have our children eat everything we pack in their lunchbox, but unfortunately this is usually not the case especially when it comes to fussy eaters. As a busy parent, it can be really frustrating trying to keep up with your child's ever-changing likes and dislikes. One day they might love their veg, and the next refuse to eat it! The following strategies will help you include new foods and get your child, picky or not, eating a more varied lunchbox.

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