Child of Mine: Feeding with Love and Good Sense by Ellen Satter RD

This University of Wisconsin nutritionist developed the "division of responsibility in feeding" our children. It is our responsibility to make good healthy food available for our children, and it's up to them to decide if they want to eat it or not. This eliminates the battles that often go on at meal time and helps to prevent the disordered so prevalent in our culture. She discusses the developmental milestones babies should reach before solid food is introduced, what to offer and how to do it. She also helps you understand how breastfeeding fits into the mix when you are beginning to feed your baby solid food.