Orange Skin

  My husband’s mother tells the story of when he was a baby. He liked carrots so much that she fed him all he could eat. At a well-check visit… View Post

Feeding Times for Solids

  I really enjoy both the Babywise books and the Baby Whisperer books. However, if you are familiar with both books, you will find yourself confused at some pretty key… View Post

Eating Solids: A New Skill

Kaitlyn’s first taste of fruit.      “One would think that eating comes as naturally as breathing. Not so for infants. Introducing solids requires a new skill level from your… View Post

5 Stages of Solid Foods

  On Becoming Babywise book two (affiliate link) has a great guide to the five food stages for babies on page 25. I think you will find this very interesting and… View Post

Self-Control: A Foundational Virtue

    Sometimes, training our children, from baby to older child (and I am sure pre-teen and teen) is exhausting. Sometimes it seems it would just be easier to just… View Post

Actions Precede Beliefs

  When it comes to training babies, pre-toddlers, and toddlers, parents often fall in one of two camps of thought. One camp is a bit in disarray because the parents… View Post

Discipline is a Step-by-step Process

This post builds off of the idea behind Factors that Influence Learning — so if you haven’t read that post (or if it has been a while), it would be good for… View Post