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Feeding Baby Green: The Earth Friendly Program for Healthy, Safe Nutrition During Pregnancy, Childhood, and Beyond Reviews

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Why and how to feed your baby organic food

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"Babies are built from food."  This is how Dr. Greene begins this follow up to Raising Baby Green.  He stresses the importance of making the best choices for our little ones to eat without being overly judgmental.  He acknowledges that sometimes we don't have a choice with a personal story about his wife being unable to breastfeed one of their children.  The book is full of advice, anecdotes, and nutritional information.  It has one of the only discussions I've read about choosing the best formula for your baby, which I think is really important for those who want or need it.  Since my daughter is older now, I really appreciated the information about...
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Feeding baby made simple

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Pros: Recipes, cover all stages, fun

Cons: none

I checked this book at the library and as a first-time parent, I had so many questions about what to feed my child and when and how much. Dr Greene takes a really practical approach starting with in the womb and covering every stage even up to adolescents. I had no idea how big of a role smells play. I also love the chart he has for marking off how many times a certain food is introduced to baby in the womb, from the spoon, and self-fed. Great book and great resource for first-time and beyond parents.
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