Welcome to Parent’s Stories, HiPP’s brand new advice hub designed to support you and your little one’s journey from birth. We’ve worked closely with parents through each stage of development to provide useful tips and tricks for you and your little ones.
Parent's Stories: Baby Advice From Parents
Below are some of our favourite recent activities. They are sensory focused, as they keep Ottilie’s attention longer and improve focus.
Here are some of the few key changes we made that completely changed the "fussy eating" game.
So, here is a little look into my daily routine with my ten month old baby.
Here are the three things that I would tell myself at the beginning of our weaning journey…
Becoming a mum is the most beautiful, precious and rewarding thing in the world, but at the same time the first few weeks and months can be overwhelming, emotional, and daunting. It’s so important to make sure we look after ourselves and our mental health.
The Little HiPP Explorers Nature Game was designed to help get you and your little ones out and about exploring nature and learning about it too. The card game is very easy to play and is full of prompts to help you when exploring. Here’s how the game turned out for us…
I think we can all agree that in the last year walks and getting outside have become a huge part of all our daily lives. This is great but repeating the same activities get a little old. So when HiPP Organic got in touch and asked me to suggest some outdoor craft ideas for toddlers I couldn’t wait to jump right in.
As a proud parent, it’s hardly surprising that you want to know everything about your little one’s growth – and whether they’re hitting those baby development milestones.
When babies first begin on their weaning journey, they’re already much more accepting of sweet than savoury and it’s sometimes difficult to bring them to eat new flavours. That's why we have asked Jade to create some recipes for us using our jars.
There are a number of foods to avoid during pregnancy. And some very good reasons why. Read more to find out what foods you should be avoiding.