It’s no secret that feeding can be stressful for new parents. There are plenty of questions to ponder: How often should your baby be fed? How do you know if he’s getting enough nourishment? Do his nutritional needs change from week to week? Here is some information that might help answer your questions.
Brain development and DHA go together.
Why some fats are essential to your child’s diet.
Feeding issues can usually be addressed, but, the first step is to know what to look for. It can be confusing because so many different situations share similar behaviours, including fussiness, gas, and extensive crying.
There seems to be a lot of confusion around when to start feeding solid food to babies. Doctors say six months but my four-month-old is ravenous. When can I give her rice cereal?