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feeding buyers guide

feeding buyers guide

All babies and mummies are different and how you choose to feed your baby is absolutely your choice. Some babies respond to certain feeding methods better than others, but remember, happy mummies = happy babies (and vice versa), so making sure you are both comfortable and happy is the most important issue when feeding your baby.

A guide to breastfeeding

A guide to breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is a skill that could take a few weeks for a new mum to master, but once perfected, it can be one of the most rewarding parts of early parenting. Read our guide for advice on making the process easier and more comfortable for both you and your baby.

A guide to sterilising

A guide to sterilising

It is important to sterilise bottles when feeding your baby to protect them from the harmful bacteria that could build up in the bottle. Read our guide for more information on sterilising your feeding bottles.

Bottle feeding your baby

Bottle feeding your baby

Whether you are using breast milk or making up formula, we'll help you with valuable advice on how to bottle-feed your baby.

Making up formula milk

Making up formula milk

Our guide on formula is an essential read for parents planning to bottle-feed with formula milk. Click here for advice and information from health professionals in the know.

Breastfeeding Q&A

Breastfeeding Q&A

Confused about whether to breastfeed or not? Here are the most asked questions and answers to help get you started with breastfeeding your baby.

A guide to weaning

A guide to weaning

Weaning is a big step for your little one into the world of solid foods. Read our guide on the different stages of the process, as well as brushing your little ones teeth.

Weaning

Weaning

When introducing solids into your baby's diet, it should be handled slowly and carefully. Read our guide on this process, including what equipment you may need, useful advice and what foods to avoid.

Highchairs

Highchairs

Once your baby is ready to sit up unsupported, it may be time to start thinking about buying them a highchair to sit in. Our guide will help you to decide which one suits your baby and family life best.