Mallory Millet

Infant Feeding Expert

Mallory Millet is a licensed Speech Pathologist who specializes in pediatric feeding. She has particular interests in bottle feeding, infant reflux, and infant oral development. She is also the mom of three children under 5 who inspired the creation of, The Feeding Mom, where she empowers, educates, and supports parents during their feeding journeys.

Check out Mallory's online resources below…

Oral Play Guide: https://the-feeding-mom.passion.io
Feeding eCourses: https://the-feeding-mom.passion.io
1:1 Virtual Consultations: https://www.thefeedingmom.com/book-online

Videos for this expert

  • Do I Need To Make My Baby Eat?

    As parents, we’re always trying to get our kids to finish their food. But what about babies? What should you do if you’re trying to feed your baby, but he’s just not having it? When it’s time to eat, should you make your baby eat… even if he isn’t interested?

  • What are the Best Finger Foods for my Baby?

    You and your baby are about to take on solid foods! It’s a big milestone. But how do you know which finger foods work best? And how do you avoid any dreaded choking incidents?

  • When Is It Safe to Give My Baby Solids?

    You’ve been pureeing foods and giving your baby the “soft stuff” for a while now… and you’re thinking about transitioning to solids. But what about choking hazards? How do you know your baby is ready for the big switch?

  • Where Should I Feed My Baby?

    Your baby is hungry… and perhaps crying. So, where do you feed him? Standing, sitting, laying down, in a chair, on the floor… the possibilities are endless.

  • How Often Should I Feed My Baby?

    As a new mom, you’re probably wondering how often you should feed your baby? Yeah, crying is usually a good sign, but how can you be proactive?

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