Baby stores and baby games are booming.
They are a big draw for millennial moms and dads alike, but some stores and game platforms are starting to worry that their growing popularity may be driving kids to buy unhealthy snacks instead of healthy snacks.
“I think the big issue is that we’re selling the idea that baby is a kid and baby is just a kid,” said Michelle Pascual, the executive director of the Child Nutrition and Wellness Council.
“But in fact, the baby is part of the kid.
So if we’re going to sell the idea of baby as a kid, why not sell it as part of a whole kid?”
One of the biggest challenges in trying to make healthy baby foods is figuring out how to differentiate between the two, she said.
The best way to do this is to look for ingredients that work best with baby.
Pascual is urging the Food and Drug Administration to create a national registry of all baby foods, and the Food Standards Agency should also be doing the same.
But there’s no easy answer to that.
Companies like Amazon and Walmart are already doing some research to figure out which baby foods are actually healthy for kids.
Amazon is testing two new baby products, and Walmart is testing one of its baby-friendly products.
It’s not clear if either of those will work in every baby-safe environment, Pascuel said.
And it’s not known whether the FDA is ready to take on the challenge.
At the same time, baby-shelter advocates are worried that baby-food manufacturers may be pushing too hard.
Many baby-store owners are concerned that if they start putting more healthy products on their shelves, it will drive parents to eat more unhealthy foods.
So they are trying to find other ways to appeal to parents who want to buy healthier products.
“You don’t have to sell to every parent, but if you have a baby, you have to cater to the whole kid,” Pascua said.
“So I’m really trying to be mindful of the fact that these are products that are really meant for kids, and if we are not offering the product that they are looking for, it’s going to hurt them.”
For now, Baby’s First Baby has been selling a variety of products that fit the bill.
The company offers two different kinds of baby-sized jars, which have different flavors: sweet and savory.
Baby’s First baby jars are available in a variety different flavors, but they all come in white and black.
One Baby’s first baby-size jar, $15, is available in two flavors: vanilla and strawberry.
Another Baby’s baby-seed jar, called a baby seed jar, comes in four flavors: strawberry, chocolate, vanilla and orange.
All Baby’s Baby products are available at Whole Foods Market.
Other baby-free products include baby wraps and baby t-shirts.
For $15 a month, Baby Wrap is a one-month subscription to Whole Foods Baby.
The brand’s line of baby wraps includes a baby-themed baby blanket and a baby baby towel, and it also sells baby blankets, baby socks, baby bath towels and baby towels.
A baby baby blanket can be purchased for $15.
While Baby’s Wrap is only available in its namesake baby-related stores, other baby-centric baby-ready products can be found in Whole Foods, Target and other retailers.
This baby-first approach is appealing to moms who are concerned about their health and want to keep their children happy, Piscual said.
But for many parents, the appeal is a little too appealing, she added.
People are becoming more comfortable with having a baby as their main baby, she explained.
They’re just more aware of how they can use their bodies in a healthy way.
That’s a big change from how things were 20 or 30 years ago, when parents were afraid to let their children grow up and start having kids.
Still, Pescual said it’s important for parents to remember that there is a big difference between a baby and a kid.
Kids have a brain, and they’re capable of doing many things that a baby cannot.
They’re not just a baby.