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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Feeding your Baby and Toddler
Feed your children well ? with more than 200 recipes. With more than 200 recipes specifically created to wean babies from soft foods onto solid ?adult? foods when they reach the toddler stage, this indispensable guide teaches parents what their children should be eating and how these foods should be prepared. Includes advice on health and nutritional considerations, such ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Alpha
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This is a helpful book providing a general overview on feeding (not nursing or formula feeding) your child & toddler. If you are looking for in-depth instructions on one or more aspects of feeding, you may need to supplement your research. However, this book is a great place to start learning about introducing solids to infants at 4 or 6 months, graduating to puréed and mashed foods and eventually feeding toddlers diced versions of your own meals. There are many references to outside ...more
Apr 11, 2007 Susan rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: those who know *nothing* about nutrition
This book was well-padded with lots of fluff (how to make a grocery list, how to keep food safe), but very little practical information for a parent of an infant starting solid foods. The recipes were all for toddlers and not, despite the title, for infants. And while there were extensive lectures on why I shouldn't put soda in my kid's bottle or put her on the Atkins diet, it didn't answer the myriad questions I DO have about making and storing my own baby food.
Elizabeth M. Ward, M.S, R.D., is a freelance writer and nutrition consultant in the Boston area. She is the author or co-author of Healthy Foods, Healthy Kids; Pregnancy Nutrition: Good Health for You and Your Baby, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Feeding Your Baby and Toddler. Ward writes for several publications, including Prevention, Men’s Fitness, Fit Pregnancy, American Baby, Boston Globe, ...moreMore about Elizabeth M. Ward...