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When medical conditions cause feeding difficulties

Its been almost 3 months since my last post and I promised to go through the acronym STOMP as causes for feeding difficulties. This week in particular this entry seems important with the publication of a twin study from… 245 more words

6-12 Months

Gia: A Year Old

Gia has been one year for a week now. It’s crazy. Someone asked me today when she started crawling and I couldn’t remember. That’s when I realized it’s time to start keeping updates. 545 more words

Size of a child as trigger of feeding difficulties

I promised last week that I would expand on each trigger of feeding difficulties. I will start with size – or growth of a child, which next to texture transitioning is one of the biggest causes of feeding difficulties. 554 more words

51 weeks & early birthday party

I have to just take the plunge and write a quick post because I miss this community! My posts will probably be shorter and less reflective, and more about Gia and wedding updates, but I’m going to try to be more active. 313 more words

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What do I need to do if I suspect my child has a cow’s milk allergy?

Last week I wrote a blog on cow’s milk allergy, which I had quite a bit of response on. I thought it is useful to follow this up as promised with a blog entry on what to do if you suspect your child has cow’s milk allergy. 517 more words

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Wedding Plans!

We’re finally planning our wedding! We really committed to our six weeks of DIY couples therapy, which has improved our interactions a lot. We got excited about wedding planning and have come up with an affordable and fun weekend plan. 453 more words

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Baby Led Weaning (BLW) - When to use?

There is almost not a week going by without parents asking me about the BLW approach. For those of you that do not know this approach it was developed by Jill Rapley, a UK qualified health visitor that suggested starting with soft pieces of food from 6 months of age – meaning you jump the whole puree phase and babies just start by feeding themselves. 336 more words