finger foods

Top Tips On Transitioning Baby To Solid Foods from Inhabitots

By Inhabitots

Making homemade baby food needn't be a daunting, time-consuming endeavor. » Read more

Baby Led Solids: Top Ten First Foods

Never heard of baby led solids? Baby led solids, also called baby led weaning, just means skipping the purees and letting your baby start solids when he is able to feed himself. When your baby is ready, at around 6 months of age, he really won’t need you to spoon feed him. There’s no reason to give your baby solids sooner than 6 months and many benefits to waiting.

What is Baby Led Weaning?

Baby led weaning, or baby led solids, is a really simple concept and just means letting your baby feed himself when he is ready for solids.  Most Americans think of weaning as giving up breastfeeding, but in the UK where the term “baby led weaning” originated, weaning means the transition to solid foods.  » Read more

Healthy Finger Foods for Toddlers

Toddlers love being able to do things for themselves—and that includes feeding themselves. Many toddlers eat unsweetened oat cereals and a variety of crackers as their typical (or only!) finger foods. » Read more

Finger Food Mania: Tips and Recipes for Introducing Finger Foods to Your Baby

By Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers

There is nothing cuter than watching your little one chase food around the highchair tray with her fingers, and seeing the sense of accomplishment in her face when a tiny little piece of food actually makes it her mouth. » Read more