As you start to think about introducing food to your little one, you will face more questions than answers. You will hear different things from your pediatrician, the internet, your best friend, your mom groups, and your own mom. So, where are you to turn?
Tiny Tasters: Baby's First Bites will silence the noise, and teach you everything you need to know about how to feed your baby in a safe, nutritious, baby-guided, flavorful and fun way.
I created Tiny Tasters after seeing the demand for this information from so many parents. It is based on my clinical training, but I weave in my personal experience as mom of 3. I’m right in this with you! The baby sitting beside me in the videos is my own Luna (who was 8 months at the time of filming). I get that headspace is limited for new parents, which is why I designed the class to be re-watchable, so that you can return and review topics as your baby's feeding progresses.
What You Learn
We cover feeding from 4-12 months
When to introduce food
Progressing textures from first foods to finger foods
Current recommendations on allergies
Introducing key food groups, flavors and spices
Baby cereals - to use or skip
Baby portions and amounts
When and how to wean off the breast or bottle
Creating balanced meals
Foods to avoid - choking hazards
Raising adventurous eaters and preventing picky eaters
Fostering positive mealtimes
Making and shopping for baby food
Poop changes and constipation
What You Get
11 short, easy-to-digest, re-watchable videos
Total of 70 minutes of video content (videos range 2-13 minutes in length)
15 downloadable handouts or cheatsheets, to use as your notes and guides - you keep forever
10 original, downloadable baby food recipes - you keep forever
Who Should Watch
Parents or caregivers (nannies, grandparents, childcare centers)
How to Watch
Purchase the class by clicking Watch Class
The class is divided into units based on topics
Watch the videos in consecutive numerical, order at your own pace
You can watch the entire class at once (70 minutes) or one video at a time
After clicking into a video, find handouts and recipes in Resources tab to follow along as you watch
Return to the videos, or your downloadable handouts, as needed to review topics
I encourage both partners to both watch - either solo or together!
Tiny Tasters made introducing solids fun, approachable and a family experience. She encouraged us to incorporate spices and flavor so my son’s meals are an extension of ours. This made making baby food feel do-able for two working parents. This was one of the most empowering events I have attended as a new mother.
Watch these helpful tips for a tiny peek into the class
The statements expressed in the class are not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of a pediatrician. Please consult with your pediatrician before starting solids and with any concerns you may have. This information does not apply to preterm babies or those with special health needs.