Happy Eating!

Honig, Alice Sterling
April 2010
Scholastic Parent & Child;Apr2010, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p74
The article offers tips on how to smoothen and to effectively transition the babies' feeding routine in the U.S. To change from breastfeeding to bottle feeding, it is advised to observe the baby's feeding style, like being tucked when feeding them or curling their tiny fist around one's fingers for comfort. When changing bottle feeders from mother or father to another feeder, it is suggested to inform the feeder of the baby's feeding and burping preferences.


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