Here are some tips on how to start:
Always offer solid food after breastfeeding or formula feeding. At 6 months babies cannot get everything they need from breast milk or formula alone.
Think of solids not only as nutrition, but an opportunit...Learn more
Enfamil A+® and Enfamil A+ Gentlease® both contain DHA, a type of Omega-3 fat and animportant building block of baby's rapidly developing brain.
Enfamil A+ is our closest formula to breast milk. It contains a blend of 2 dietary fibres, GOS an...Learn more
The Canadian Paediatric Society, Health Canada and Dietitians of Canada state that unsoftened tap water, well water meeting established standards of safety, and commercially bottled non-carbonated water (natural spring water drawn from underground sp...Learn more
When changing formulas, we usually suggest switching directly over to the new formula, but your doctor is in the best position to guide you. A change in a baby's diet often requires an adjustment period that may result in slight changes in his or her...Learn more
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Your newborn may drink anywhere from 2-3 fluid ounces of formula about every three hours. In general, your baby will take in what he needs to meet his body's demands. So don't be too concerned about fixed amounts. Instead, feed him when he's hungry....Learn more
Although most toddlers can eat from the family menu, there are still a few things to watch out for. Choking hazards, for one. Cut his food into small pieces (not round ones) to guard against choking. Make sure your baby is seated and supervised at al...Learn more