One of the most frequent questions I get asked is what do I feed my baby when they are unwell. Here I have put together some tips and recipes for when your baby is feeling unwell with a sore throat, a cold, flu, diarrhea or constipation and simply won't eat. Colds and flu are very common with the change of seasons. Sometimes after doing everything we possibly can our baby's can still pick up a sore throat or a bug.
Weaning your baby is an exciting time for both you and your little one. However it can also be confusing for new parents. If you are ready to start weaning and are anxious to start, here are our top tips to get you started.
Parents are often left confused about what to feed their baby for 'teatime', their meal in the evenings, and may find it hard to think of tasty teatime ideas to increase variety for their little one. However, I don’t see it as ‘teatime’, but rather a second dinner. I recommend offering another dinner-style meal, different to what was fed at the first dinner.
Finger Foods are not only a great way to ensure your little one is introduced to a wide variety of tastes and textures, it also helps your baby feel like they are in control of their feeding which promotes a happier eating environment. In this video I show some of my favourite Finger Foods and demonstrate my top tips for giving them to your baby.
Portioning is an important element of healthy eating, and is often overlooked or misguided. In this week's #weaningwednesday, I lay out all the facts about portioning and how to ensure that you are creating healthy habits for you and your family.