Your Baby’s Start On Solid Foods:
A Comprehensive Guide
an e-Book By Nicole Johnson,
Founder of The Baby Sleep Site®
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Let’s be honest: starting your baby on solid foods is a big step.
And it’s a step you want to get just right.
You’ve come to the right place… I can help!
Introducing solid foods to your baby is an exciting milestone…but it can also be a source of stress for many families! After all, adding solid foods to the diet of a baby who’s only ever had breast milk and/or formula is a pretty big leap. We’ve worked with so many families who have unanswered questions like these about starting their babies on solids:
- What’s the right age to start my baby on solids?
- When’s the best time of day to start feeding my baby solid food?
- My baby hates vegetables…what do I do?!
- How is starting solids going to affect my baby’s sleep?
- Is it better to buy baby food, or make my own?
- Should I start with purees, or is baby-led weaning a better choice?
The e-Book You Need Is Finally Here!
Fortunately for you, we answer all these questions – and more – in our latest e-Book, Your Baby’s Start On Solid Food: A Comprehensive Guide. Within the pages of this e-Book, you’ll find everything you need to give your baby the healthiest start possible, including…
- Tips on when and how to start solid foods.
- Sample age-based feeding schedules.
- Advice on which foods to offer when (and how much to offer).
- Recommendations on how to spot and address food sensitivities and food allergies.
- Step-by-step instructions on preparing your own baby food.
- Feeding product recommendations.
Supplemental Materials for an Even Healthier Start!
But that’s not all – your e-Book bundle also comes with supplemental materials designed to help you give your baby the healthiest possible start. These bonus products provide you even more help in giving your baby a nutritious start to solid food, and are designed to give you the practical, actionable tips you need. Your supplemental materials include…
- The Top 5 Mistakes Parents Make When Starting Their Babies On Solids, along with tips from a registered dietitian for avoiding these mistakes.
- A guide to recognizing, dealing with, and preventing constipation as a result of starting solid foods.
- A dietitian-approved guide for making and storing your own baby food.
- A weekly meal-planning booklet, created by a registered dietician, that includes 7-day menu plans for babies age 6 months through toddlers age 13 months.
Who’s Helping You On This Journey?
Nicole Johnson, co-author of Your Baby’s Start On Solid Food, is Founder and Lead Sleep Consultant at The Baby Sleep Site®. As an expert baby and toddler sleep, Nicole is the first to point out that feeding and sleep are directly connected – so connected, in fact, that she wrote this e-Book in order to ensure that parents everywhere know how to start their babies on solids in a way that won’t hinder sleep! In this e-Book, Nicole draws on her years of working with families to bring you up-to-date nutritional information and recommendations.
Nicole is joined by Kelly Stellato, a registered dietician and certified lactation consultant who has years of experience helping families make the best nutritional choices for their children. Kelly brings her wealth of experience and wisdom to this e-Book, outlining her top recommendations and guidelines for starting your baby on solid food.
The bottom line is simply this: your baby deserves the best, most nutritious start to eating solids foods – and our e-Book package provides exactly that.
Your Baby’s Start On Solid Foods e-Book Package — Just $19!
- Instant download of Your Baby’s Start on Solid Foods: A Comprehensive Guide
- Top 5 Mistakes Parents Make When Starting Solids
- Guide to Treating and Preventing Constipation
- Weekly Menu Planning Guide
Not convinced? Hear from one of our very satisfied customers:
“As a first-time mom, you want to do the best for your child. You want your child to sleep well, eat well, and play well. Sometimes, these things don’t come so naturally to us as parents or even to our children. This is where Nicole was really helpful. Her understanding of temperament played a HUGE factor in our success. In fact, she did not stop at only helping us help our daughter sleep better, but she also helped us manage all the other areas of babyhood, such as feeding, teething, developmental leaps, etc. I truly believe her vast experience with helping so many other families has helped her build her wonderful understanding of what she could identify as “normal” and what sounded like a phase versus a problem in babies/toddlers.
Her understanding of baby/toddler sleep relates so well to her understanding of how babies/toddlers eat. The transition to solid food from milk from breast or bottle was not easy for us. I thought it would be an easy task, something that didn’t require any preparation, but it proved to be a difficult transition. I quickly realized that waiting to six months of age and pushing smashed avocado in my baby’s mouth did not automatically give me the green light to start solids. I thought I knew what baby-led weaning was, but realized that I needed to ask questions and seek help. Just like her sleep, our daughter needed some guidance and encouragement in exploring the world of solid foods. Nicole’s book is exactly what we needed to help our daughter enjoy solids and to enjoy eating in general.
Nicole gave me the emotional support and confidence I needed as a first-time mom in understanding what I needed to do to help my baby sleep well. She did this all in a virtual space where we never met face-to-face or talked on the phone. We worked through every possible sleep association and every known sleep regression, and it was truly Nicole’s help that helped me understand what my baby needed. It is the through the same approach and empathy that Nicole helps with starting your baby on solids. She bases her book on guidelines by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the expertise from a Registered Dietician/Lactaction Counselor, which is just reflects Nicole’s dedication and professionalism.
Nicole is wonderfully supportive, empathetic, personalized, and encouraging, and her voice in her book, Your Baby’s Start on Solid Foods: A Comprehensive Guide, is warm and understanding. You wouldn’t think you need a book to start your babies on solid foods, but from my personal experience, I can admit that I didn’t think I needed help with helping my daughter sleep. This book is the only reference you will ever need to start your baby on solid foods. She touches on everything from methods, allergies, and troubleshooting. Best of all, you get Nicole to help you help your baby eat solid foods!”
-Yeyin Yi, IL, United States