Is your baby a fussy eater? Make sure you keep calm and try new ways to make meal times interesting. See what you can do to help your feisty eater enjoy solids by watching this video: [ Nestle.co.za Link ]
As your baby starts new foods, their bowel movement will change, and their poo will become thicker, darker and smellier. Make the transition easy by feeding him/her lots of fruits and vegetables in between.
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While variety in your baby's diet is important, there is a chance they may be allergic to certain foods. See which foods contain high-allergenic substances and may cause allergies in babies.
Ask your healthcare professional for advice if you think your baby may be at high risk.
Adding solids to your baba's diet is a logical shift, and if you’re feeling overwhelmed at the thought of it, here are some food prep steps before feeding your baby.
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Your baby might be ready to start eating solids if he/she sits up and holds their head steady, seems interested in your food or tries to take it from you.
Watch our development milestone video to help you know when your little one is ready for solids: [ Nestle.co.za Link ]
Are you and your baby ready to start weaning? Well, it is a gradual process and choosing when to start is a personal decision.
Here are some tips to get you started. SHARE with us your weaning experience with your little one.
The day your little one starts eating solid food is a huge milestone. This is the stage called weaning, a foundation for healthy eating habits which teaches your baby how to be spoon-fed, swallow and eventually learn to chew.
For more tips on how to introduce solids to your little one click here: [ Nestle.co.za Link ]
Welcome to the weaning series!
Over the next 6 weeks, we will be helping you understand the process of weaning with you and your baby. Keep a close eye on our page as we share all the do's and don'ts of weaning.
As a mom to be, it's important to choose the right birthing plan. Attending childbirth and parent education classes is an excellent way to prepare for birth and to develop a support system. [ Nestle.co.za Link ]
#DidYouKnow, your pregnancy is measured in trimesters? The first trimester is week 1 through to week 12. The second trimester is week 13 to week 27, and the third trimester of pregnancy spans from week 28 to the birth.