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Hummus is a champ when it comes to feeding babies and toddlers (and all the rest of us!). Store-bought is fine, but I love to blend up my own because I can add extra veggie power, like in this sweet potato hummus recipe from Baby-Led...

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When I was a mom just starting solids with my baby I was very confused by the rules around dairy. It was clear that my little one wasn't supposed to drink cow's milk--only breastmilk or formula. But, on the other hand, there was yogurt marketed. ..

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Sweet, juicy strawberries are an easy fruit to love, and they're a healthy food for your baby. If you're spoon-feeding purées, you can simply blend raw strawberries in the blender and serve. But if you want to offer this Vitamin C-packed fruit as a finger...

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This delicious recipe is a mash-up of two of my favorite simple baking projects: banana bread and zucchini bread. It's a quick bread, meaning that there's no yeast or kneading involved. And, unlike many similar recipes, it only requires one mixing bowl.  This easy banana bread...

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When your baby is starting solids it's tempting to stick with fruits, vegetables, and grains like cereals or toast. But, babies need other nutrients, like protein and fat in their diets too. These mostly single-ingredient, protein-rich finger foods are an easy place to start. There are...

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Waffles are a terrific food for self-feeding babies: tender, simple to cut into sticks, and easy to pack with healthy ingredients like whole grain flours and even veggies. These Zucchini Bread Waffles for baby-led weaning, from my cookbook Baby-Led Feeding, are one of my favorite recipes. ..

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When it comes to baby-led weaning, I am all about dips. They're an easy way to introduce new flavors and big nutrition into your baby's diet. Your little one can use steamed veggies (like carrot sticks or broccoli florets) or toast strips as a vehicle...

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Whether you're practicing baby-led weaning (or baby-led feeding as I like to call it), or just want to add more finger foods to your baby's meals, roasted vegetables are a great option for lots of reasons. First, they're vegetables! Yay! Everyone needs more veggies in their. ..

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When your baby is practicing baby-led weaning, one of the most important things to know is how to cut foods so they're safe and easier for your baby to eat. But, the best food shape for your little one changes as your baby gets older. When...

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Sure, avocado toast may be a trendy breakfast for grown-ups, but toast is actually an ideal finger food for babies and toddlers. Cut into thin strips for baby-led feeding, it is easy for babies to grasp. It's a cinch for busy parents to make. It...

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Baby Food Recipe Books For Your Registry

When it comes to feeding your baby solid foods, and their eventual transition to feeding themselves, we always turn to Jenna Helwig’s two baby food recipe books, Real Baby Food and Baby-Led Feeding. Jenna Helwig is not only the author but she’s also the food editor at Parents magazine, so you could venture to guess that she really knows her stuff when it comes to baby food recipe information, infant nutrition and feeding approaches. When it comes to finding a baby food recipe or two that work for your little one, Jenna Helwig’s books are a wealth of information and education – many parents tell us that even they love to eat the baby food recipe that they make for their little one!

Jenna Helwig’s first baby food recipe book, Real Baby Food, is a must-have for new parents (and one of our favorite gender neutral baby shower gifts), and even gets the seal of approval from chef and mom, Nikki Dinki. Real Baby Food makes the art of creating a baby food recipe so simple, even for busy moms and dads. Jenna Helwig guides you through the early days of simple foods, to adding spices to your baby food recipe, meats, flavors, and even multi-flavor blends like Salmon, Kale, and Sweet Potato Smash. With over 100 baby food recipes in the book, your little one is sure to have a head-start on their culinary palate!

Jenna Helwig’s second baby food recipe book, Baby-Led Feeding is a must have essential to help you plan your baby’s transition into finger foods; Baby-Led Feeding helps parents navigate the way to naturally raising happy, independent eaters, and working together to make mealtime a happy and joyful time. Gugu Guru’s founder, Monica, did a video overview of Baby-Led Feeding, where she shows off some of the gorgeous baby food recipe photography, ideas, and discusses the helpful guidelines Jenna includes, as well.

With more than 100 ideas and baby food recipes, Baby-Led Feeding is a must have for any foodie mom or dad. One of the things we love about Jenna’s books is they’re beautifully designed, and Baby-Led Feeding is no exception. This bright, photo-driven book includes chapters on the benefits of this approach, when and how to get started, essential safety and nutrition guidelines, frequently asked questions, basic fruit and vegetable prep, more complex finger foods, and family meals. Plus, all recipes in Baby-Led Feeding have been reviewed by a registered dietitian and include nutrition information to ensure a healthy mealtime.

Set yourself up for success when it comes to creating and making a baby food recipe that your little one loves, as Jenna Helwig helps parents navigate this new journey of helping your baby learn to not only love food, but love the process of cooking, and eating together, too! We love giving Jenna Helwig’s baby food recipe books for baby showers, as they become a cookbook staple for your family.




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hooting n

whooping n



What's that, a hoot owl?

What is this, cry owls?

Hedwig gave a very loud hoot and took off so suddenly that her talons cut into his shoulder.

Hedwig let out a very loud scream and took off so fast that her claws dug painfully into Harry's shoulder.

And he is a hoot , no doubt.

He is top , without a doubt.

And all that bread isn't worth a hoot in hell.

And this bread is not worth screams in hell.

If you enjoy satire, you will find this dark comedy a real hoot !

If you like satire, you will find this dark comedy a real shout !

Everyone except Laura thought that was a hoot .

It was clear to everyone except Scott that this was an empty idea .

It is, as they say today, a hoot .

This, as they say today, is sadness .

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And it seems to me that it turned out fun .

It isn't that I give a hoot about jewelry, except diamonds, of course.

I don't go from crazy to jewelry at all, except for diamonds of course. nine0003

I bet this guy's a hoot at parties.

I bet this guy burns at parties.

Got to be a hoot at parties.

must have had a lot of fun at the party.

Which mak es him hoot with laughter.

And he just cackles with laughter.

Ironically, they counsel people, which is a hoot .

Wow, they advise others, funny .

It'll be a hoot and a half.

It will be over than funny situation .

Just shoot a hoot if you need me.

Just call if you need me.

A real hoot for all of us.

Yes, incident for all of us.

Listen, you're a real hoot .

Listen, it's so cool with you .

He thought it would be a hoot to get wasted and go in my place.

He thought it would be great to get drunk and go instead of me.

They don't give a hoot about anything other than their bank balances. nine0003

They just spit on everything except their bank balances.

And the rest of the movie is a hoot , too.

But after all, everything else in the film is also performance .

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new excerpt from "Glass" showed other personalities of the hero James McAvoy

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New 'Glass' excerpt reveals other personalities of James McAvoy's character

And Samuel L. Jackson's character is happy to connect with each of them.


Frame from the film "Glass"

A new trailer from M. Night Shyamalan's forthcoming film Glass, the sequel to Split and Unbreakable, has surfaced online.

This scene focuses on the personalities of Kevin Crumb (James McAvoy), including some we haven't seen yet. Elijah Price / Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson) with the help of flashes of light gets acquainted with the different personalities of Kevin - our old friend Patricia meets him, after which Luke, the preacher and another friend of Hedwig appear.

As we remember, in "Split" we met only some of Kevin's personalities, in "Glass" our knowledge of the inner world of the hero will only expand. nine0003

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