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  • Peanuts For Your Peanut

    Peanuts For Your Peanut

    For some families, peanuts are on the no-fly list. If someone in your house has a peanut allergy, it means they can’t even come in contact with the scrumptious legume. When you have a baby, introducing them to peanuts for the first time can be scary. Not to worry, below are some of the most commonly asked…

  • Parenting Tools

    Parenting Tools

    Successful parenting requires you to have many “tools” in your parenting “toolbox”.

  • Feeding a Picky Toddler

    Feeding a Picky Toddler

    How to encourage a lifelong love of fruits and veggies

  • Staying Calm During Toddler Tantrums

    Staying Calm During Toddler Tantrums

    Strategies to help you stay calm amidst the chaos.

  • Managing Toddler Separation Anxiety

    Managing Toddler Separation Anxiety

    Preventing the heart-wrenching crying, screaming, reaching, and clinging.

  • Talking About Diversity With Toddlers

    Talking About Diversity With Toddlers

    Incorporating the concepts of inclusion and acceptance into your home. If you’re reading this, you want to gain insight on how to talk to your children about difference and diversity. You have decided that it’s important for you and your family to incorporate the concepts of inclusion and acceptance into your home. That’s wonderful! Having…

  • Why Added Sugars Aren’t Recommended Under 2

    Why Added Sugars Aren’t Recommended Under 2

    Your little one is already sweet enough. Foster healthy eating habits for your babe by avoiding added sugar.

  • The Plant Based Transition

    The Plant Based Transition

    I wasn’t always plant based. In fact, growing up, my food consumption was heavily centered on animal products and processed foods. Why? Because that’s what I felt was delicious, crave worthy, and nutritious. Plant foods were more for garnishing or for those who had cultural/religious obligations to avoid animal products. Boy, have I changed…it’s quite…

  • Pumping Guide for Busy Moms

    Pumping Guide for Busy Moms

    What mom isn’t busy? If you’re looking for ways to help manage a healthy work-life balance, pumping can be a game-changer. While it may seem daunting at first, it’s actually less intimidating than it appears. Whether you’re considering exclusive pumping or simply exploring the option, we’ve got all the info you need.

  • The Benefits of Strawberries for Children

    The Benefits of Strawberries for Children

    Incorporating strawberries into a child’s diet can help support healthy brain development and improve cognitive function, mood, vision, and overall health. It is important to note that while strawberries are a healthy food choice, they should be consumed in moderation as part of a balanced diet that includes a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains,…

  • The Truth About Heavy Metals in Your Baby’s Food

    The Truth About Heavy Metals in Your Baby’s Food

    A number of studies in recent years have found unsafe levels of heavy metals in popular packaged infant and toddler foods. Most recently, a congressional study released in 2021 found that these contaminants are detrimental to adults and children alike.

  • The First 1,000 Days: When Nutrition Matters Most

    The First 1,000 Days: When Nutrition Matters Most

    The world of childhood nutrition and wellness is riddled with conflicting advice. And yet, there is growing consensus around one topic: the importance of the first 1,000 days.

  • Why We Love Chia Seeds

    Why We Love Chia Seeds

    If you’re a Yumi customer, you’ve probably noticed that we love chia seeds. They can be found in many of our blends, such as Blueberry Chia Pudding and Pear Raspberry Chia Pudding. We sneak them in where we can. But why are we so obsessed with this tiny seed you might ask? Here’s why.

  • How to Introduce New Foods & Achieve Nutritional Balance

    How to Introduce New Foods & Achieve Nutritional Balance

    Here’s What You Need To Know: Food For Thought: Introducing new foods to your babe takes patience and perseverance. Sometimes it seems like they love a food right away, and other times they are pushing the spoon away. There will be days when your baby’s appetite is ravenous, and days where they won’t eat a thing.…

  • Milk Supply 101

    Milk Supply 101

    Breast milk production can be confusing for new parents due to its variability and the lack of visible indicators. Many factors, such as baby’s demand, effective latching, frequency of feeding, and maternal well-being, influence milk production.

  • The MOMNIBUS Act: Why It’s Important

    The MOMNIBUS Act: Why It’s Important

    This week, the Black Maternal Health Caucus introduced the latest version of the [Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act](https://blackmaternalhealthcaucus-underwood.house.gov/Momnibus). This legislation recognizes the racial disparities in maternal healthcare and the critical need for comprehensive care for Black mothers. With the ability to assist nearly one million Americans, Momnibus would provide essential support, nutrition, and care for…

  • A Winter Break Guide to Keeping Healthy

    A Winter Break Guide to Keeping Healthy

    Winter is here. With it comes the flu, Respiratory syncytial (sin-SISH-uhl) virus, AKA RSV, Covid, and a host of other illnesses waiting and ready to invade your kid’s nostrils.

  • New Report Finds Heavy Metals in Homemade Baby Food

    New Report Finds Heavy Metals in Homemade Baby Food

    A new report from Healthy Babies, Bright Futures found that homemade baby food contains as many toxic metals as store-bought food.

  • Breastfeeding Diet

    Breastfeeding Diet

    As a breastfeeding mom, your nutritional needs are crucial not just for your own well-being but also for the healthy development of your baby. While there is a ton of information on pregnancy nutrition, guidance on postpartum and breastfeeding diets can be scarce.

  • Postpartum Depression: Causes and Symptoms

    Postpartum Depression: Causes and Symptoms

    Recently, there has been a significant increase in the public awareness of postpartum depression and the challenges faced by new mothers. Prominent figures like Courtney Cox, Brooke Shields, and Serena Williams have bravely shared their personal stories, encouraging other women to come forward and seek support for their mental health during the postpartum period. It…