Friday, February 25, 2011

Interested in making your own Baby Food?

The Rural Early Years Coalition and the Parent Mentoring Program in collaboration with KidsFirst Saskatoon is offering free workshops in rural communities for parents who would like to learn how to make their own baby food. These workshops are hands-on, fun and hosted by a registered dietitian.

Why attend?
The workshop provides demonstrations, advice and the most-up-to-date guidelines on feeding babies. Starting solids is a big step in your baby’s world. The workshop aims to assist and encourage you to build and maintain a healthy food relationship between you and your child.

What you will learn:
· the signs your baby is giving you about when he is ready to eat solid food
· why solid foods should be introduced when your baby is 6 to 7 months old
· why your baby needs foods rich in iron
· that making your baby’s food is easy, quick, nutritious and delicious.

For more information contact Sydney Bell, KidsFirst Saskatoon Community Developer.

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