Feeding My Baby / Toddler


For More information on Raising Kids to be Healthy Eaters, Check out Doctor Yum’s Award Winning Book,

“Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater”

Get kids off to an early start with good habits.

First read

“Getting Started Feeding and Making Your Own Baby Food”

to learn about making your own babyfood with foods you have at home.

Babies, from a young age can learn to eat simple whole foods and eat the same foods as the rest of the family. That’s why so many of the recipes have a

“Babyfood Option”.

(click to find our list of recipes which can be made into baby food and look for our baby icon.)

While making the kid-tested recipes for your family, these recipes will show you how to make babyfood along the way!

As infants grow up and feed themselves they often get tired of the bland, store-bought finger foods. Read about some out of the box finger food ideas, how to feed toddlers, and how to overcome picky eating in these posts:

“Ten Ideas for Finger Foods for Babies and Toddlers.”

“Five Tips on Feeding Toddlers”

“All About Picky Eaters”


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