Breastmilk is the most complete form of nutrition for infants. There are hundreds of healthy substances in breastmilk: probiotics, growth factors, and hormones to name a few. These substances are linked to health, growth, immunity, and development.
What do those words mean in practical terms? Well, experts credit breastmilk to everything from lower incidents of infectious disease (think ickies like diarrhea, ear infections, and more) as well as improved dental health, decreased risk of eczema and food allergies, and decreased risk of serious illness.
The Moss & Fawn Feeder is a perfect way to get your baby more breastmilk, even when starting solids. Many moms use The Feeder to serve their child breastmilk pops. Have a teething baby? This recipe will keep your babe busy, get them extra nutrients, and act as a natural teething solution.
Here’s how to make them:
Simply freeze breast milk in an ice cube tray and once frozen fill the feeder. If the cube is too large just chop into a smaller chuck to fill feeder. If you have already introduced solids you can get creative and mix in purees with the breastmilk such as butternut squash or strawberries.
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Looking for new ways to help your baby through teething? Try the Moss and Fawn Forage Feeder, it comes in 3 different sizes so it can accommodate every stage of teething. You can start soothing those sore gums even before they are eating solids by filling it with frozen breast milk! We all know the power that comes with breast milk so imagine being able to freeze your breast milk and apply it to your baby's painful and swollen gums while they teethe. Now with the Moss and Fawn Forage Feeder you can! You simply fill the top with frozen breast milk and have your baby safely chew on the feeder which then relives the pain and reduces swelling in their widdle gums. Then use the Forage Feeder to safely introduce solids and fill with fruit or veggies! The Forage Feeder comes with a tiny booklet that is full of ideas to fill your Forage Feeder with at each stage of growth.