Frozen Baby Food Dots - Great idea for self-feeders and soothes sore, teething gums. Step 1 - gather parchment paper, cookie sheet, plastic bag, baby food. Step 2 - line cookie sheet, fill plastic bag with baby food, snip end of bag off (small hole) Step 3 - make your dots (chocolate chip sized) Step 4 - freeze, 30 mins or so Step 5 - quickly transfer into a storage bag, store in freezer.
Whether or not the temperature's soaring into the triple digits where you live, soothing ice-pops are a great way to satiate a teething tot. If you're already making your little one her own baby food, homemade fruit and veggie pops are just another way
Here's some tips regarding stages of teething and it's affect on sleep Stage 1 The first stage - is when the tooth is in the gum bed. During sleep, this upward growth sends a throbbing dull pain along the jawline which makes it hard for tummy sleepers to lay comfortably face down, and for back sleepers it can often project along to the base of the skull. The pain will come in bouts. The acupressure points below will help with this. Stage 2 Mid gum phase - this sets off the facial nerves, a
<p>Forget the mush and surprise your baby with a new taste and texture by offering whole peas. Green peas can be steamed, boiled, or simply offered frozen. Aside from wonderful nutrition, frozen peas provide relief for teething gums. Even when frozen, green peas are not a choking hazard because of their small size. The worst that can happen is that they come out whole from the other end!</p>
Put baby food in a zip lock bag and cut the corner. Then pipe out a small amount (about the size of a chocolate chip) on parchment or wax paper and freeze. Get your toddler to eat foods they hate. Because it's cold and thaws quick. So it's easy to eat and feels good on their gums.