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What to do for choking baby

Emergency Tips for Choking

It is the goal of every parent to keep their children safe and happy. Most parents would go to great lengths to protect their children from harm, but, in some cases, it is unavoidable. Young children tend to have issues with chewing and swallowing as they develop those skills, so it is not uncommon for

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Toddler Nutrition - Pediatric Associates of Franklin

A Nutrition Guide for Your Toddler

The most important thing to remember when considering nutrition for your child is that children eat food not calories. Many parents make their job harder than it should be by forcing their child to eat either the “right” foods or the “right” amount. A parent’s job is simply to provide appropriate balanced nutrition.

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Toddler Table Food Transition - Pediatric Associates of Franklin

Trouble Transitioning To Table Food

Leaving pureed baby foods and offering solids after 9 months can be one of the most fun parts of feeding children.  Some children have trouble making the transition.  Does your older infant (9 months and up) have these problems? Eating solids? Refusing the spoon? Immediately spitting out food? If your child is having these problems

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