There's nothing more fundamental than eating and drinking. But there's a lot of conflicting and confusing advice on how to meet these basic needs. What's the right way to feed your child? Nursing from mom only? Pumping? Formula? When should you introduce solid foods and what should they be? The answers to these questions are a mix of cultural, personal, and health-based considerations. Whatever you choose for your family (and that will likely change over time, based on experience!) there are ways to ensure the items used to prepare and serve meals are free from chemicals of concern.
Not a must-have, but can offer welcome support for bottle feeding or nursing
A pump of some kind will likely come in handy if you are nursing
Whether nursing or formula feeding, you'll likely need bottles from time to time
Babies have a strong need to suck - and as teeth start coming, to chew
For drool and messy eating
One of the essentials for raising a baby
Things to consider when you want to add solids to your baby's diet.