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What Baby Food To Start With Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for What Baby Food To Start With.

Bouncing Back into Shape after Baby

That new bundle of joy can make dramatic changes in your life. The vast majority of changes are worth it, but some make it hard to keep up with the important things like regular exercise and adequate sleep. You're not alone. Just about...  Read more

Workout Tips for Stay-at-Home Parents

When I was pregnant with my daughter I asked a friend of mine, a mother of three, “Don’t you get bored staying home with the kids all day?” Looking amused she replied, “Oh, I find stuff to do.” Now that my...  Read more

How to Choose a Jogging Stroller

So you've been cleared for exercise after the birth of your baby and you're anxious to get outside and get moving! But who's going to watch your little one? If running or walking is your thing, you can take baby along in a jogging strolle...  Read more

Getting Ready to Eat for Two

Thinking about pregnancy? Whether you’re aiming to get pregnant next year or in the next few months, you should be getting ready now. This is the time to take inventory of your nutrition habits and make necessary changes that will promote good...  Read more

More Reason to Get Fit Before Pregnancy

According to a recent study published in Pediatrics, a child is more likely to be overweight at a young age if his mother was overweight before she became pregnant. Ohio State University researchers studied data from more than 3,000 children and...  Read more

Fitbit not picking up grouped foods
Updated 4/23/2014 1:00:54 PM

My Fitbit will not pick up any foods I entered in Sparkpeople as a "grouped" item. It will only pick up foods entered individually. Anyone else having this problem? Is there a way to fix it?...  Read more

What foods are triggers for IBS-D?
Updated 4/22/2014 5:36:29 PM

I have IBS-D. If you have it, what foods seem to trigger your symptoms?...  Read more

Starting fresh!
Updated 4/23/2014 11:00:12 AM

Hello SP.. Joi here. I am definitely not new, but am trying to find everyone yet again. This is hopefully the last new account I will end up making. I'm sorry if it confuses anyone, but I deleted the last one because I had so much going on, and there...  Read more

Help need to start from the bottom again
Updated 4/22/2014 7:32:48 PM

Hello All Hope everyone is well...dare we say Spring has Sprung FINALLY !!!!!! I am hoping I can get some advise ,,Alittle history 42 Yrs old 128 Pds Suffer from Fybro , Costochondritis, thyroid, anxiety, and hypochondriac ... I...  Read more

starting date
Updated 4/22/2014 9:16:57 AM

Where is the date on the site that I started with SP? I think I started in 2005 or 2006. Can't remember....  Read more

Eat with your baby

If you have a baby that is starting to get solids all starter baby food is healthy. So if your baby is having puree mango for snack then you have a fresh mango as well. It really helps if you make your own baby food while doing this. This helps me ge...  Read more

Use baby spoons & forks to eat

Okay, I just discovered that we have no teaspoons in the house. Really, not one. While looking for teaspoons I found my son's old baby spoon and fork and started using them. Great idea for me! Wu-who because now instead of a huge table spoon of f...  Read more

CHOCOLATE LOVERS UNITE!!

Are you PASSIONATE about chocolate? Do you see it as a food group?! Join other Chocoholics for discussions, recipe-swapping, & help in keeping this important food group alive!...  Read more

Babies Are Smart From the Very Beginning

I’ve always believed that babies catch onto things faster than a lot of people give them credit.  That’s one reason I’ve never used “baby talk” with my kids, and discourage my 5-year-old from talking like that to my...  Read more

Workout Tips for New Parents

Between nursing, changing diapers, preparing meals (and cleaning up after those meals), visiting family, and trying to squeeze in a shower, stay-at-home parents work just as hard as those who clock in elsewhere, and often find themselves stuck in the...  Read more