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Baby Food Recipe: Blueberry Oats and Yogurt

For babies ages 8 months and up

How to Make Your Own Baby Food with Pears and Asparagus

This mush will be thicker and chunkier than a Stage 1 purée, but the lumps must be soft. For babies 7 to 9 months and up

DIY Baby Food: White Bean Soup With Herbs and Parmesan

A couple months after starting solids, your little lip smacker may be ready to move on to slightly chunkier textures and more complex flavors. That's where this recipe by Merrill Stubbs, cofounder of food52.com, comes in.

Baby Gear Essentials for Every Budget

Your Baby Gear Dilemmas, Solved

The Solution to Childhood Obesity?

Finally: Some good news about weight! A recent government study found a significant drop in childhood obesity over the last decade. Here's a look at some healthy habits that made a difference. Related: Can Childhood Obesity Be Predicted at Birth?

3 Baby Feeding Challenges (And How to Overcome Them)

Every new mom knows the challenges of transitioning her baby to solid foods: it’s stressful, frustrating, and messy. That’s why we took to Facebook to find out your biggest feeding problems—to bring you solutions that work. Read on to learn how to solve your mealtime dilemmas.

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Guide to Picky Eaters for the New Mom

You’ve heard the horror stories: toddlers who will only let PB&J or white rice pass through their lips for weeks on end. Sadly, the rumors are true. “The majority of kids go through a rebellious eating phase,” says Christine Wood, M.D., a pediatrician in Encinitas, Calif., and author of How to Get Kids to Eat Great and Love It.

Can Childhood Obesity Be Predicted at Birth?

You may have heard the good news: childhood obesity is on the decline! Still, one in three children are considered overweight. Is your child at risk?

3 New Reasons to Breastfeed (It May Boost Your Child’s IQ!)

It seems like every day brings another great reason to breastfeed, whether it’s benefitting baby, mama or both!

In honor of National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, we’ve rounded up three new studies that provide more evidence that breast is best, from boosting your child’s IQ to possibly decreasing your risk of getting Alzheimer’s Disease.

According to the latest research, breastfeeding may …

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