Published at Monday, April 22nd, 2019 - 00:36:13 AM. Nursing & Feeding. By Favor Mercier.
Stage One Nipples: Newborns usually start with Stage One slow flow nipples, meant to slowly distribute milk as the baby’s mouth compresses. Stage Two Nipples: After a few months, babies usually move on to Stage Two (or higher) as they can handle a quicker and larger flow of milk. Stage Three Nipples: Some babies do just fine with Stage 2 nipples indefinitely, but by around 6 months, if your baby seems to be pulling hard on stage 2 nipples, she might be ready for the next stage.
Portable Clip-On High Chair. These leg-less high chairs clasp securely on to most tables for a sturdy, safe seat for baby almost anywhere on the go. Booster Feeding Chair. Need a feeding chair that doesn′t take up extra space? Strap a booster feeding chair onto one of your existing dining chairs. These chairs typically come with removable lap trays so that when your child is ready, she can pull right up to the family table.
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