Your doctor is the best person to advise you as to when your baby should start eating solid food, but this generally happens at around the six-month mark. At this time, babies generally have the strength to sit up, and they show interest in solid food.

Diaper changing can be a daunting task at first but it's really easier than most new moms imagine, and you will soon be a pro.

Research shows that play is a basic necessity to your body, just as food and shelter is. It helps stimulate your baby and encourage his cognitive and physical development.

Your baby's expression and body language are the primary way he communicates with you before he starts to talk. Understand what he is 'saying' by interpreting the message he sends with his face and body.

Help your baby explore his world safely by baby-proofing your home well before he is mobile. Although he is always supervised, it’s amazing how fast a baby can crawl or walk, and he is curious about everything around him.

Health Canada recommends that babies be fed breast milk exclusively until six months, at which time they are developmentally ready to supplement with different foods and modes of feeding.1 A sippy cup may be introduced from six months on, given your baby is able to sit up on his own. To transition to a sippy cup, your baby needs a strong grasp and hand-eye coordination, which he has been practicing over the last two months. This generally coincides with the introduction of solid food.

Ages & Stages Feeding Chart: How Much? How Often? From baby’s first bottle to memorable mealtime moments, we’re here to make it easy to know just how much to feed your baby and how often.

Learn How to Take the Trial & Error out of Feeding with the New Playtex Bottle System

Looking for a Sweeter Smelling Nursery? Learn More About Diaper Genie

Concerned about keeping your baby’s nursery as clean and germ-free as possible? Relax it’s easier than you think. Just follow this simple germ-fighting game plan.  It will put your mind at ease, and leave the nursery clean, fresh and smelling better, too!

Bonding is the beautiful process of falling deeper and deeper in love with your baby. It’s an experience that unfolds differently for everyone, with each day offering many opportunities for warm, affectionate connections: Here are 5 easy ways to bond with your newborn, starting in the nursery:

Creating your Baby Registry can be lots of fun, but with so many baby products to choose from, where do you begin? Here’s a quick look at 8 things that many moms consider must-haves.

Sucking is a natural way for babies to self-soothe. Once you learn more about what went into our Ortho-Pro® and Binky® pacifiers, you’ll feel a lot more comfortable, too.

Babies and gas bubbles just don’t mix. Luckily, there are a number of steps you can take to prevent bubbles from getting trapped in the first place—and ways to get rid of them if they do.

You've probably heard all kinds of stories…for some moms, moving from breast-only to bottle-feeding was a breeze. For others, getting the baby to take a bottle was tough for everyone involved. All babies and all situations are different, but here are a few tips that may make transitioning to a bottle easier.

Are you thinking it may be time to say bye-bye to bottles? We have some tips and cups you’re sure to love - specially created for this exciting stage of baby’s development. If you’re considering a cup, consider this:

Feeding time is a natural bonding time.  Your baby is snuggled close, feeling the warmth of your body, hearing the sound of your voice, and taking in your familiar scent. Here are some tips to make the most of these bonding moments.

Here are some tips to help find the balance between encouraging independent feeding skills and making sure that your child actually eats something! 

Read a few helpful hints when it comes to healthy meals.