Published at Monday, April 22nd, 2019 - 00:37:11 AM. Nursing & Feeding. By Favor Mercier.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that infants and toddlers ride in a rear-facing seat until they reach the maximum weight and height limits recommended by the seat‵s manufacturer. Previous advice was to turn kids around by age 2. Now, safety experts say to do this based on a child‵s size, not age. So, small children can stay rear-facing until age 3 or 4.
The 4-pack of OXO Tot Glass Baby Blocks is our favorite storage system for baby food. We prefer glass, as it mitigates the risk of leaching chemicals that may occur from plastic containers. The OXO`s chunky, durable body is made of borosilicate glass which reduces the risk of breakage due to sudden temperature change going from freezer storage to immediate warming. The 4-ounce portion sizes are a perfect size for an infant feeding portion of solids and there are volume measurements on the side of the container to easily keep track of how much baby has eaten. The included freezer tray makes the system store nicely and silicone sleeves and leak proof snap-on plastic lids make for easy on the go baby meals straight from the freezer to a diaper bag.
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