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great book for feeding ideas and info for my baby. Also tells what food is safe at what age.Published 12 days ago by G. Nunez
Easy to use and practical to make. Love this book and most others by Annabel KarmelPublished 3 months ago by Annie
When I transitioned from nursing my twins to feeding solid foods, this was my guide. I liked knowing exactly what was in my kids' food, and being able to choose organic produce,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sara Simmons
It's a decent source for inspiration but very few recipes I'd try if you're past the purée stage. I don't trust the information/logic of what is presented. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Crystal347
5 stars because it's very well rounded great pre advice for before you start the food journey, advice, recipes, schedule, for during and beyond. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amy R Vibber
The recipes are easy to follow and sure to please de whole family. Some of them might be on the sweeter side, but the kids eat them right up. The food is nutritious and yummy. Read morePublished 22 months ago by VLV
The author has no knowledge of nutrition and do es not source any of her advice. Her recipes also contradict her advice a few times in the book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by I am
I should have paid more attention to the cover. This is a book about making pretty food--making animals out of food--albeit healthy...
Not useful for our family.
This book has helped me introduce my baby to a wide range of healthy foods. I have been using it since my child turned six months, and he is now 14 months old. Read morePublished on November 10, 2013 by Heidi