Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Baby Feeding

Your baby is the most important thing to you and so you want to feed him a healthy diet that includes the vitamins and nutrients he needs to grow big and strong. But with baby feeding, parents have an overwhelming number of decisions to make. The first is whether to breastfeed.

Nearly all experts agree that breast milk is the best nourishment in the first six months, and we have the tools and information you need to get started with this baby feeding stage. We can help you choose a breast pump and solve breastfeeding problems. And if you bottle-feed out of necessity or by choice, we have tips on everything from preparing bottles for a baby feeding to choosing the right baby formula. And when you're ready to introduce solid foods, we can help you with that too.


When it comes to baby feeding, breastfeeding is best for your baby – and your health, too. But it's not always easy. We have helpful information on how to start breastfeeding and go about pumping. Plus, find out about alcohol and nursing, what kind of breastfeeding diet is best, and how to tell if your baby is getting enough breast milk.

Bottle Feeding

Let go of any guilt you feel over not breastfeeding exclusively, or at all. Yes, breastfeeding offers a wonderful bonding experience for mother and child, but baby feeding with a bottle can bring you close as well. Ready to get started? We have tips for you on everything from supplementing breast milk with baby formula to choosing the right bottles for successful baby feeding.

Baby Feeding Problems

Are you struggling with baby feeding problems? Don't worry! Baby feeding problems are normal, whether you're breastfeeding, bottle-feeding, or at the solid foods stage. And we can help you solve common problems. If your baby spits up, we can offer advice on how to help him keep his food down. If breastfeeding is uncomfortable because your nipples are sore, we can help.

Solid Foods

Your baby is growing up – and it's time to start feeding him solid foods! This is one of the most exciting baby feeding stages because you can introduce your baby to a wide variety of flavors and textures. But when should you start on solids? And what should you feed him first? When can you introduce finger foods? Here's everything you need to know about the transition to solids.

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