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Wondering which type of baby formula to choose, and how much your baby might eat at a feeding? Read on to get the facts about baby formula, including how to prep, serve, and keep it fresh. Read Formula-Feeding and Your Baby
Your baby is approaching that magical first birthday, so it’s time to consideradding cow's milkto the menu. Read on to learn about switching to cow’s milk, and which kind is best. Read Introducing Your Baby to Cow's Milk
Baby cups, baby plates, baby spoons ... is it time for your little one to join you at the table? Find out when your baby is ready for solid foods and how to get started. Read Baby Feeding: Starting Solid Foods
Now that your toddler is eating solid foods, you may find yourself putting together 5 or 6 mini-meals a day! If you're looking for new ideas, try some of these these kid-pleasing, nutritious menu options. Learn about feeding your toddler. Read Snack Time: Feeding Your Toddler
Has your baby started reaching out for your food, or watching your fork travel from your plate to your mouth? It could be a hint: Your 6-month-old may be ready for solid food! Get more tips on starting your baby on solids. Read A Solid Start
So far, it's just been breast milk or formula, or both. But now, your baby is ready for solid food. The best plan is to start slowly, usually with rice cereal. Then, you can introduce one new food at a time. Learn more. Read Solid Advice: One New Food at a Time
Have you wondered about making your own baby food? It might seem hard, but it doesn't have to be! One tip is to freeze a batch in an ice cube tray, so later on you can defrost a few of those portions for your baby's next meal. Learn more. Read Baby Food Made Simple
When our baby was a little over a year old, my wife and I decided the time was right to go for a family outing to one of our favorite, pre-pregnancy restaurants. Personally, I'm more of a take-the-baby-and-see-what-happens kind of guy, but my wife was really worried that our daughter would have a meltdown and we'd be horribly embarrassed. Read Dining Out With Your Baby
Now that our babies have turned 1, we know they're ready for milk. But we may still have some questions. What kind of milk is best? And how much milk does a toddler or a preschooler need? Get the facts on milk. Read Everything You Should Know About Milk
Your baby is ready to eat solids now. And you may be ready to make some delicious, nutritious homemade baby food. It's quick and easy to prepare, and your baby will love it. Find out more. Read Making Your Own Baby Foods
Your baby grows bigger every day, and may be ready for something more than breast milk or formula. Are you wondering if it's time to introduce solid food, and which foods to start with? Get the facts about your baby's first solid foods. Read Baby Food: The Facts About First Foods
If you're thinking about formula for your baby, it may help to know the different types of formula, directions for how to prepare and store formula, and how much your baby is likely to consume at a feeding. Get the facts on formula. Read Baby Formula Feeding
That all-exciting first birthday is rapidly approaching — only one more month to go! And that means we can think about switching our little ones to cow's milk. At 1 year, babies are finally able to digest it. Learn more about milk. Read Just Say Moo
Solving the sniffles!
For great tips on keeping baby healthy, don’t miss our “Managing Colds” video with Pampers friend, Dr.DeWitt.