Your doctor is the best person to advise you as to when your baby should start eating solid food, but this generally happens at around the six-month mark. At this time, babies generally have the strength to sit up, and they show interest in solid food.

Learn How to Take the Trial & Error out of Feeding with the New Playtex Bottle System

Sucking is a natural way for babies to self-soothe. Once you learn more about what went into our Ortho-Pro® and Binky® pacifiers, you’ll feel a lot more comfortable, too.

Babies and gas bubbles just don’t mix. Luckily, there are a number of steps you can take to prevent bubbles from getting trapped in the first place—and ways to get rid of them if they do.

You've probably heard all kinds of stories…for some moms, moving from breast-only to bottle-feeding was a breeze. For others, getting the baby to take a bottle was tough for everyone involved. All babies and all situations are different, but here are a few tips that may make transitioning to a bottle easier.