Sample Meals for Preschoolers: 3 to 5 years old Sample Menu 1 Breakfast Mini mushroom omelettes or breakfast cupsStrawberries and banana slicesMilk Morning Snack Quark and berries parfaitWater Lunch Cream of parsnip and carrot soup100% whole wheat unsalted crackers or pita breadRaw vegetables (carrots, celery sticks, red pepper slices) with salad dressing for dippingMilk Afternoon Snack Apple… Read More Sample Meal Plan for Feeding Your Preschooler (Ages 3 to 5)
5 Tips for Parents: Accept strong preferences about foods. Your three-year-old may be enthusiastic about eating, but he or she may have very specific food preferences. Some preferences may vary from day to day. For example, your child may gobble down a particular food one day, and then push away the same food the next day.… Read More Feeding & Nutrition Tips: Your 3-Year-Old
Making sure your baby has healthy, nutritious food is one of the most important things a parent can do during their baby’s first year. Conventional wisdom says that the best way to do this is by breastfeeding, but advances in baby formula have made it so that no parent ever has to feel guilty for… Read More The 10 Best Baby Formulas to Buy 2020
Infant constipation isn’t common. However, your baby might have infant constipation if he or she has: Hard or pellet-like bowel movements Bowel movements that appear difficult to pass, causing your baby to arch his or her back or cry Infrequent or less frequent bowel movements Causes Collapse SectionCauses has been expanded. Constipation occurs when the… Read More Infant and toddler health What are the signs of infant constipation? And what’s the best way to treat it?
The unborn baby spends around 38 weeks in the womb, but the average length of pregnancy (gestation) is counted as 40 weeks. This is because pregnancy is counted from the first day of the woman’s last period, not the date of conception, which generally occurs two weeks later. Pregnancy is divided into three trimesters: First… Read More Pregnancy – week by week