Parents adopted either baby-led weaning (allowing infants to feed themselves) or spoon-feeding
Babies who are introduced to spoon-feeding before they are able to bite and chew use suction to take food from the spoon (Naylor, 2001).
Provided basic safety rules are followed, self-feeding does not present any greater risk of choking than spoon-feeding
She has become combative during spoon-feeding attempts and has not had adequate nutrition for five days.
Besides their values, patients' preadmission living conditions are relevant to assessment of the policy's benefits and burdens because spoon-feeding may present a special indignity or may represent a loss of control or a failure, as they do for Mrs.
The study found those infants weaned using a baby-led approach had a better ability to stop eating when full, were less likely to overeat and were less likely to be 'fussy' eaters than those who had been weaned using spoon-feeding
HOLLYWOOD hunk Brad Pitt was caught getting hot and heavy with Catherine Zeta-Jones - clearly her spoon-feeding
him ice cream failed to cool his passion.
For most of the game, it was the Trojans spoon-feeding
Pepperdine some of its own medicine, then adding a few homespun remdies for good measure.
Make no mistake, the troops dispatched to Somalia will not be spoon-feeding
starving infants; they will be brandishing their weapons and, when they deem it necessary, firing them.
McIndel thinks spoon-feeding
has both positive and negative consequences.
Thomas fumes that Jordan has been condescending, when ironically he can't detect the condescension from the circle of white men spoon-feeding
him their ideology.
A bigger problem is that Hollywood has been spoon-feeding
audiences far too long, and now it doesn't trust them to get it.
This is not the kind of movie experience from which you can demand a quick spoon-feeding
or a tidy structure, though the skeleton that does emerge is surprisingly sturdy, given the challenge of Ondaatje's interior writing style.
Denis and the guy at the next table was reading a "Tintin" comic in its original French and a woman at another table was spoon-feeding
soup to her terrier, that we weren't in the U.
Perhaps it's the ambiguity of certain scenes that throws off some American filmgoers who are accustomed to mainstream spoon-feedings