Category Archives: Baby feeding information

Is My Baby Full? Here’s the Easy Way to Tell

Becoming responsible for a small human is fraught with questions and doubt over what used to be mostly unthinking auto-functions in your own life. The most common being: “Is my baby hungry?”, followed closely by “Is my baby full?”. The good news is that generally, your bubs already has these two opposing physiological states under control, thanks to a nifty little evolutionary quirk called instinct—which you can totally trust, too.

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8 Baby Led Weaning Tips for Beginners

If you think your babe is ready for solids — and find the idea of pulping gallons of good food into amorphous mush a tragic waste (and totally blech), then welcome Baby Led Weaning 101.

8 Baby Led Weaning Tips for Beginners

Baby led weaning is, in short, an alternative to the purée-and-spoon tradition, allowing tots to choose their own food and eat independently – when they’re ready. Giving them control during this important developmental stage gifts them opportunity to learn about food in a meaningful way, distinctive to their unique methods of discovery (think smooshing, smashing, and eventually, tasting…eventually). Continue reading

Pink Mini-Muffin Recipe – Delicious AND Healthy!

When Aerosmith penned that song about all things their “fa-vou-rite” colour, they should’ve mentioned these hot pink, lil’ pieces of heaven.

Utterly delectable to both seasoned palates and newbie taste-testers, the rich, smokiness of beets and subtle sweetness of carrot are perfectly paired with feta and herbs to create magenta mouth nirvana.

Pink Mini-Muffin Recipe - Delicious AND Healthy!

And there’s no need for naughty additions to the ingredients’ list – the veggie muffins are potently flavoursome (but not overwhelming so for the little gourmands). In short; these mini puffs of delight are a proper scrummy introduction to savoury foods. And sophisticated enough for the grown-ups, too.

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Giving Tea to Tots: Healthy or Not?

A good cuppa tea has been an intrinsic part of British culture for as long as we’ve been brewing it.

Once reserved only for the genteel, today tea is celebrated as the national drink of choice, and for us Brits, the appeal goes way beyond mere beverage.

Giving Tea to Tots: Healthy or Not?

In a return to its Far Eastern medicinal origins, tea is increasingly being consumed for its health benefits, too. Even Peter Rabbit himself has been known to have a dose of calming chamomile brew!

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