We’re here to help guide your little one’s nutritional journey—from newborns to self-feeders!
Breast milk offers optimal nutrition, but we know it’s not an option for every family. That’s why we support every feeding journey.
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Is your little one ready to start solids? Learn about the signs to look for and tips on how to start, below—and read even more in our free starting solids guide!
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Focus on introducing vegetables, fruits & whole grains without worrying so much about the order of the introduction. It’s important to include iron-rich foods for breastfed babies.
Babies naturally like sweet tastes, so letting your little one experience the real, sometimes bitter taste of vegetables will help her accept them.
If she doesn’t like something at first, don’t worry! It can take 10+ tries for baby to accept new foods. Try different preps: sautéed, steamed, or roasted!
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From first foods to exciting blends, here are some top parent picks:
Start with cereals & single ingredient purees of organic fruit or veggie—our Stage 1 jars of Green Beans and Pears introduce baby to a delicate taste of organic goodness.
When baby is ready to explore new tastes, reach for a Stage 2 puree. Apples, Kale & Avocados is a favorite, and our Bananas, Beets & Blueberries simple blend is simply delicious!
Moving on to heartier textures? Try our Bananas, Raspberries & Oats or Pears, Pumpkin, Peaches & Granola for a thicker puree made for your little one’s developing taste buds.
For a handy print guide that includes all of this and more, read our free book on starting solids!
Self-feeding is a big milestone in baby’s development! Start practicing once she can sit up on her own.
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Our Happy Baby Experts, a team of registered dietitian nutritionists (and all parents!), are here to provide one-on-one support on our free, live chat platform. Get the tips you need during this exciting time for you & your little one!
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