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Tag Archives: baby led weaning
This is one of the main reasons that I wanted to explore baby-led weaning as a method of introducing Seth, and now Max, to solid food. I have had an unhealthy relationship with food in the past, particularly in my … Continue reading
A quick post on the items that I have found essential to baby-led weaning.
I’m a terrible blogger, I haven’t even blogged about the fact I had another child… Max was born on 21st April this year. A quick and simple labour that couldn’t have been more different from the long, protracted experience I … Continue reading
So we made it to a year! I thought it might be nice to reflect upon the last six months since Seth started solid food and let you all know how he is getting on. In general, he’s great <insert … Continue reading
Not even sure that’s a word? Actually, I know it’s not. Anyway… So far I’ve pretty much made recipes from the Baby-led Weaning recipe book or some cobbled together combination of protein + carb + veg for dinner but I’m … Continue reading
Scotch pancakes are great for little ones, especially when they are just starting out. They’re easy to hold and even easier to chew so I’ve often made them for Seth. Plus D loves them as well. Recently, Seth went through … Continue reading
I’m not going to go in to the exact theory and mechanics behind baby-led weaning. If you’d like to read more, I suggest checking out the baby-led weaning website, Gill Rapley’s website and maybe even the wikipedia entry on it. … Continue reading