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If you have the time and energy to make your own baby food at home, this could be a lot more beneficial for your child. Not only will this allow you the flexibility to choose any type of food that you’d like to feed the little one, but you can also trust the source and production of the food. Also, be sure to grab the organic fruits and vegetables to make these baby entrées as healthy as possible. Here are the best baby foods to make at home: 1. Pureed...

Watching little ones try food for the first time is always exciting for me. Their facial expressions when the flavors hit their tongue are always worth a laugh. If you have the help, video your baby when you offer food the first time.  Breast milk is the best source of nutrition for babies, but there's no harm in offering some solid foods here and there. A smooth transition is always preferred to sudden weaning. The idea is to create a positive pattern of good eating habits so your child prefers...

Introducing solid foods is an important step in your baby’s development. You get to watch your baby’s reactions as he or she experiences all new types of textures and tastes, which can be a lot of fun! Studies show that children who are fed nutritious, healthy diets at a young age carry those habits with them throughout the rest of their life and enjoy healthier lives. Making baby food at home is simple process. Using fresh foods, a blender, and ice cube trays, you can quickly puree regular food items...

While babies are a wonderful part of life, they can be expensive. Between baby supplies, doctor visits, and special equipment/furniture, you may spend more than you expect. Hopefully you have budgeted for the additional costs, but you’ll still want to find ways to save money during the first few years of your child’s life. Here are some tips.   1. Breastfeed Aside from a variety of health benefits, breastfeeding will save a lot of money. Formula can cost $100 per month or more. With consistency and practice, you can easily...

As worldwide agriculture becomes more and more dominated by big businesses who put the emphasis on quantity instead of quality, we are seeing more and more Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in our food supply. Companies genetically modify foods both so that they can produce more per harvest - and so that they can patent their seed stocks to sell at higher prices.  As GM foods and GMOs become more prevalent, more and more risks of ingesting these foods are coming to light. Dangers of GMOs Technology has advanced faster than...

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