Newborn to 24 Months. Including breast feeding, baby formula, store bought vs. homemade baby food, recipes, equipment, kitchenware, natural food, organic food, charts, scheduling, and much more!
List of chapters included in the book
Age 0-6 Months, Breast Milk or Formula
Your Child’s Nutritional Needs
12 to 24 Months
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The Ultimate Information Guide for Feeding Baby
Once you become a parent you realize that you have taken for granted the complexity of something as simple as nourishing your body. All of that confidence and certainty on how to eat goes right out of the window once the reality that you have to feed someone else sets in – and that someone is your brand new baby that means the world to you.
This book is the book that all parents look for once that reality sets in but until now was unavailable. Cynthia Cherry has written this very informative book providing everything you need to know to feed your child from newborn to 24 months of age. Including breast feeding, baby formula, store bought vs. homemade baby food, recipes, equipment, kitchenware, natural food, organic food, charts, scheduling, and much more! Feeding Baby is written in an easy to read and understandable style. In a straight forward, no nonsense fashion, Cynthia Cherry covers all aspects of feeding you baby. The book is full of sound advice and answers to all of your questions.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
“When I was growing up,” Cherry said, “I always wished I could be an artist. Unfortunately, I can’t draw or sculpt to save my life, so I found other ways to express my love of beautiful design and presentation.”
Cherry holds a degree in interior design, and worked for a time as a wedding planner in partnership with a college friend. “We had so much fun running that business,” she said. “I really enjoyed coordinating with the various caterers we used, and began to get more and more interested in that part of planning the events. Before you know it, I was enrolled in cooking classes.”
Her plan of becoming a caterer was postponed, however, by the birth of her first child. She continued to study cooking, but there just wasn’t time to care for an infant and start a new business. Cherry did become convinced, however, that the American diet is a complete disaster and was determined her family would not live that way. While she was pregnant with her second child, Cherry began to put together her book “Feeding Baby.”
“I knew we adults weren’t eating well,” she said, “so there was no reason to assume the available nutritional products for infants were any better. I wanted to manage both of my children’s diets with wholesome, homemade foods. Before we realized what was happening, the whole family’s relationship with nutrition was transformed.”
Nourishment, however, is not just something humans derive from a well-balanced eating program. “We need emotional and physical ‘food,'” Cherry says. “The way we manage our relationships, our homes, and our desire to be creative all contribute to overall health and well being. That’s extremely important to me.”
Currently Cherry is a full-time, stay-at-home Mom, but one with a passion for writing and creating. She finds time in each day to work on her current projects, including whatever book she has in progress. “I thought I wanted to be an artist,” Cherry says, “but now I know that writing is perfect for me. I love sharing ideas and explaining them. I like to think about people using my books to make positive changes in their lives and in those of their families.”
WHAT READERS SAY
New Parent Savior!
I love this book. I didn’t know much about feeding babies or children prior to having a child. I looked for a go to guide and found it with this book. Very helpful an useful information for all mothers. Gives good advice on options and is not judgmental. Can’t recommend enough!
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