We started Serenity Kids because we wanted the best for our baby, Della, and we didn’t like what we found on the market. Babies need protein and healthy fats to grow their brains and bodies, and no current baby food included these essential macronutrients.
So we created our own to mimic the nutrients of breast milk, which is mostly just fat and carbs! Made from pasture raised meats + high-quality organic vegetables, our purees are balanced blended savory meals that contain the most nutrition per bite for your little one.
Temperatures and dropping and the leaves are changing. It’s the season for sweaters and scarves, and unfortunately, germs. While exposure is inevitable, there are certain things you can do to help your little one have a better chance at fending off all of those unpleasant bugs.
When it comes time to start introducing solids, most parents feel some combination of excited and nervous. It’s exciting to think about exposing your little one to new flavors and textures, but the possibility of adverse reactions from food allergies or choking can be intimidating. Here are a few dos and don’ts to help guide the process and make your experience and enjoyable one.
"Before having a baby, I had grandiose ideas about how crunchy of parents we were going to be (and unconscious judgements of parents who weren’t). Homebirth, co-sleeping, breastfeeding, baby-led weaning, cloth diapers, the works! [...] but dammit, life happens."