1. Lisa at |

    I liked her book when I had a baby to feed, but there are many dangerous recipes in there if your family has any history at all of food allergies.

    But, if you avoid the ones you disagree with, there are still many good ones that are good ideas.

    As far as tone goes, I take what I like and ignore the rest. I figure it was *my* way or the highway when it came to feeding my child so her tone didn’t bother me much.

    As always, I enjoy your posts!

  2. Abi at |

    I gotta say, I could not get past her tone. I had a hard time sifting through her “it’s this way or you’re doing it wrong” attitude. I also felt like it could have benefited from a better editor as it was scattered. I just popped onto Amazon to read some of the reviews to make sure I am not remembering a different book (it’s been two years since I last looked through it), and was struck by what one reviewer said: “The organization of the book is astoundingly bad. There is hardly a single page that does not refer you to another page which in turn sends you to an appendix or yet another page. It is mind boggling how this got past an editor…”

    That being said, I think she surely had a lot of good ideas and solutions in the book. You just have to take it with a grain of salt, so to speak, and remember to always check with your pediatrician before heavily supplementing your child’s diet, etc.


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