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Every journey is unique
We’ve been there for millions of Canadian parents as they navigate the hectic, humbling and beautiful early years. We’ve got the articles, tips and tools to help you make decisions through the good, the bad and everything in between.
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No matter your circumstances or preferences, we have a wide variety of resources, products and exciting benefits to help ensure that you’re supported in a way that is best for you and your baby.
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Expert advice, articles, recipes, tips and tools for all the special, hard and at times hectic days of parenting.
Nutritional guidance for growth
Specialized nutritional guidance and science-based expertise for every stage of the parenting journey - from preconception to toddlerhood.
Here is a sampling of just some of the pregnancy and baby nutrition articles and expert tips we have for you. There are many more parenting and baby development tips, perspectives and articles so look around to find what is right for you and your baby.
Article8 tips to help with breastfeeding problems
Breastfeeding is a learned process—by mom and baby—and you may face some challenges in the first few months of breastfeeding. The most important advice is to seek help as soon as you sense a problem and find a good support network early on.
ArticleStarting Solids With Your Baby: Baby's First Foods Guide
Around the six-month mark, your baby will probably show signs of being ready for bites of their first food. This is unofficially called the “om-nom-nom” stage because it’s among the more common sounds you’ll hear from them around this time. Read our step-by-step guide for introducing solids to your baby.