Have you heard this phrase? Food can be fun and it really should be too, but it's so much more than that. Food is needed for nutrition, for sensory development, for social interactions and ultimately it's needed so your baby can learn how to coordinate her whole body so that she learns how to eat.
The most complex sensory task that your baby has to do in his first year of life is learn how to eat.
There are eight (not five) different senses that coordinate with each other when your baby eats and form connections in his or her brain. Read on to learn what they are and what you can do at home to help develop your baby’s brain.
I’ve written this blog to give you the facts about shop-bought baby jars, pouches, puree's, puffs and rice cakes so you can make an informed choice about what to buy for your baby. I’ll talk you through nutrition, texture, cost and how they impact on your baby’s development….there’s lots to consider….read on!
Your baby’s centile charts are found in her red book or Personal Child Health Record and are where you plot her weight, length and head circumference in order to see how she grows. In this article you will learn how to weigh and measure your baby accurately and how to interpret the percentile curves.