Over the next few months, you will slowly help your baby progress from thinned purees to table food. In this section we give you tips and recipes that will help your child with this transition.
Making Food Fun 18 - 36 Months
Toddlers are notoriously picky eaters. So don't be surprised if feeding your once easy-to-please child has turned into a major challenge. The good news: Peaceful mealtimes with your headstrong toddler are still possible.
More Delicious Meals
In one short year you've watched your baby transition from a helpless infant into an independent toddler. And with that transition comes a giant leap in his eating habits.
Tips and Trick of Making Mealtime Easier
If you've been feeding him separately, start slowly byincluding him in one family meal a day.
Add these smart snacks to your repertoire to fill in nutritional gaps in your toddler's diet
Winning Over Your Toddler
Your headstrong toddler may suddenly want to have a say in when, what, and how much she eats. Here are some tips on keeping the peace:
Dining with Grown-Ups
At around one year of age, your toddler is likely beginning to feed himself and to drink out of a cup. He's also probably ready or even eager to join the family at mealtimes, if he hasn't done so already. To ease the transition, follow these tips.
Nutritious snacks are the ideal answer to your toddler's erratic eating habits. Offering your little one
balanced and healthy snacks doesn't just keep him from hungry in between meals; it's also a lowpressure way to sneak in additional nutrients that he may have missed out on at earlier meals.
Health experts agree that at any age, a wholesome diet allows room for a sweet treat every now and then, and that holds true for toddlers.
Healthy Toddler-Friendly Snacks
These ideas for no-guilt sweets are filled with good-for-you ingredients for growing bodies.