Your most searched for feeding questions
When it comes to feeding your baby, you’ll undoubtedly have a lot of questions – and that’s a good thing. At Karicare, we want to be a part of your support crew. That’s why we’ve collected some of the most frequently searched for questions to do with feeding and consulted with our expert Careline team to answer them for you.
Recipe: Spinach and potato puree
It can sometimes be a challenge to get even an unfussy eater to eat healthily. But with this simple and healthy spinach and potato puree baby food recipe, you’ll have your little one going “nom, nom, nom” before you can say, “Here comes the aeroplane.”
How to bottle feed your baby: Our step by step guide
How do you prepare a feed? What equipment do you need? How do you keep things sterile? If you’re thinking about bottle feeding your baby, you probably have lots of questions.
3 simple ways to start your baby on solids
At around six months, your child can be introduced to solid foods for the first time. This is a big moment for parent and child alike. And as with all the steps of a child’s development, there are simple ways to make it work. Here are a few steps you can take when introducing solid food to your little one.
Healthy food ideas for babies and toddlers
The eating habits and food tastes that toddlers develop can stay with them into adulthood. To encourage healthy eating, we’ve put together this helpful nutrition guide for children aged between 7 months and 3 years.
5 tips for tacking fussy eating
Mealtime can get complicated when you have a fussy eater at the dining table, but there are ways to tackle it. After all, it’s vital that your child is getting essential nutrients they need to support their growth.The first thing to keep in mind is that offering as much variety as possible in their diet prevents fussy eating later on. If you do find yourself with a fussy one, try these tips:
When is the right time to switch baby formula types?
As your baby grows, their nutritional needs change. Breast milk naturally changes to meet the nutritional requirements of infants, helping with their development.
What to eat while breastfeeding
When sleep is scarce and you need to eat quickly, spending hours preparing food isn’t really an option (especially if your hands are occupied holding your baby). Here are some low-fuss ideas to nourish you and your child if you’re breastfeeding.
A guide to starting solids
At around six months of age (but not before four months), you should start to notice your baby is becoming interested in food. They might watch you eat, or start reaching for food, or even open and close their mouths while you’re eating.
Why toddlers go through a fussy eating phase
When it comes to eating, toddlers can be temperamental. One day they’ll embrace a meal with gusto and the next, they’ll recoil from the same plate.
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