Paced bottle feeding is a method of bottle feeding that mimics breastfeeding. Paced bottle feeding puts your baby in control of the feeding, increases your baby’s comfort during bottle feedings, and helps your baby to connect with the person offering the bottle and create a positive association with bottle feeding.
As you get started with baby-led weaning, stock up on supplies that are specifically designed to make your transition to solid foods easier. Look for a high chair, bibs, plates, bowls, cups, and silverware to make baby-led weaning as fun and simple as possible with your baby. You can also stock up on cooking gear that helps you to prep and cook your new foods in ways that are safest for you baby. Find all of our recommendations for starting baby-led weaning here.
Because we struggled with overnight diaper leaking for so long, I tried out every method I could find on how to keep our baby from peeing through his diaper at night. I decided to put together the top 13 best-kept secrets I found on my journey to finally stopping overnight diaper leaking. Hopefully these will help you too!
It’s common for almost all babies to eventually go through a period of sudden, unexpected bottle refusal. When bottle refusal happens, carefully identify the unique type of bottle refusal in your baby so you can problem solve based on whether your baby’s bottle refusal stems from preferring to breastfeed, a sudden illness, distraction, or nipple flow speed.