Compact, to-the-point and informative, Katja Leccisi gets parents prepped and excited for their baby's first steps in eating real food.

‘Your Baby’s First Foods’ by Katja Leccisi

Compact, to-the-point and informative, Katja Leccisi gets parents prepped and excited for their baby's first steps in eating real food.

Expert nutritionist, Katja Leccisi teaches parents the how-to’s of food introductions. Babies and food: unite!

There are so many new things to learn as a new parent. I must admit though, I am loving every aspect of it. Sure, there are challenges, but the snuggles, kisses, and pride of being a mom totally overcome sleepless nights and crying-fits.

One thing I do miss, however, is reading. On my lifestyle blog, Fabulous Habits, I had set myself up for yet another reading challenge. Normally, I aim for 50 reads in a calendar year, but I knew that becoming a mother would (obviously) take up more of my time. I challenged myself to 25 books for 2017 and erm, well… NOT! I have realized other priorities and have found myself with my hands full. Eventually, I’ll be able to incorporate it into my routine. I trust myself enough to do so.

Compact, to-the-point and informative, Katja Leccisi gets parents prepped and excited for their baby's first steps in eating real food.

I was incredibly happy when I received a copy of Katja Leccisi’s Your Baby’s First Foods. Katja is a registered dietitian-nutritionist but first and foremost, she is a mother. I knew her publication would be well-trusted and well-read. I love the fact that the book is small, compact, and easy to understand. As we’re approaching Leo’s 6-month birthday (and yes, there will be cake), I knew that food introductions would be made. Katja outlines all of the do’s and don’ts and gives friendly advice on how to approach mealtime with your baby.

Make sure to pick up a copy as it makes the perfect quick-guide reference – ideal for any new families embarking on the adventure of children’s nutrition!

Compact, to-the-point and informative, Katja Leccisi gets parents prepped and excited for their baby's first steps in eating real food.

21 thoughts on “‘Your Baby’s First Foods’ by Katja Leccisi”

  1. My daughter-in-law just found out she’s pregnant and this book would be a great gift for her. She’ll need to know all the do’s and don’t’s when it comes to her baby’s first foods.

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  2. This sounds great! My Brother just had his first baby who is about five months old now. He will be starting solids very soon, so this is perfect for him.

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  3. I made all of our babies food and my daughter did as well. Not once did they have any reactions and we both knew how fresh the food was with no added preservatives.

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  4. I remember reading about the same amount of books. So it’s basically like a book a week. With my first baby, I would read while nursing! With my second, I already had an iPhone. Yikes!
    The book looks so interesting. My two are already past the stage, but I have a pregnant sister and I’d love to maybe have a third baby one day. If so, I’d like to approach mealtime differently.

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  5. This would be a nice gift for new moms. Raising a child for the first time can be overwhelming and a guide book like this for introducing the baby to solid food is a great gift idea.

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  6. What a cute little book and I’m sure it’s really useful too. I love to read and even though I have a couple of Kindles, I still prefer holding an actual book and getting excited about turning the pages, lol.

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  7. Your baby dishes are precious!!! We moved a couple of years ago and my precious child’s baby dishes are….somewhere…in a box somewhere. It’s sad I haven’t come across those wonderful momentos yet.

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  8. Katja Leccisi’s Your Baby’s First Foods sounds like a great read for new parents. This would make for a great gift idea for any new parent. Thanks for sharing a great review.

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  9. I am going to have to check this out for my friend! I think we are probably out of this stage for good, but I know so many people who need this!

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  10. My grandchildren are past that “first food” phase but I would still love to have this book for reference. You’ll never know who in the family would be expecting. 🙂

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  11. This sounds like a very useful book for new mothers from a trusted source! Mother and Dietian. I trust that you will work books back into your routine in time. 25 -50 books a year seems like so many to me LOL, I am very truly impressed!

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