How To (Calmly) Deal With Food Spitting Toddlers

Let's admit it - feeding your child with five spoonfuls of food he or she propels out instead of swallowing (after carefully stashing it deep down the throat first, it seems!) is infuriating. I've been insanely proud of my little one who doesn't seem to follow this pattern of behavior. However, he tends to have … Continue reading How To (Calmly) Deal With Food Spitting Toddlers

Solid Food 101 Is Live & FREE!

Update: I just uploaded a full audiobook version on YouTube. If you're more of a listening person, here's a perfect link for you! https://youtu.be/c5g2Wac1MPY Have I got something special for you today! After several long weeks of putting together this fantastic booklet, I can proudly announce that it's finally live - and free to download! … Continue reading Solid Food 101 Is Live & FREE!

Preparing Food In Batches: Two Ways To Save Time In The First Year

Let’s admit it: the pressure on moms and dads to be amazing is unfairly measured in time spent on doing baby-related things. We live lives where the efficiency matters, though, and saving time on preparing food for your kids does not make you a bad parents. If anything, it gives you enough time for other … Continue reading Preparing Food In Batches: Two Ways To Save Time In The First Year

Baby Food Is Full Of Sugar And Cow’s Milk

Big update: I just published the audiobook version of my free book, Solid Food 101. If you were about to read this post, I think you’ll love it. Listen to it here: https://youtu.be/c5g2Wac1MPY Regulations and advice about proper nutrition for babies are all around us, together with common sense. Right? Not really. I was hoping, at … Continue reading Baby Food Is Full Of Sugar And Cow’s Milk

Letter To My 9-Month Old Baby Boy

My Dear Boy, I had a long, hard week. It’s Thursday evening as I write this, and I’m hoping for a Friday that treats me well. I’m tired. Very tired. I have my last two exams soon, and after that, I could be done with University. I could get my diploma, knowing that there’s nothing … Continue reading Letter To My 9-Month Old Baby Boy