For more than 3 years now, I’ve been feeding little tummies and going through ups and downs of food refusal and preferences.

Find out exactly what I did to survive this “rollercoaster ride” in a 7-part blog post series that is meant to change the way you look at mealtimes.

It takes a lot of to cook for somebody else.
first foods for babies

Even more so to cook for your kid.

Starting solids (and even feeding older kids) is an adventure.

Going from cooking for yourself (and spouse) to cooking for a little one is a challenge not many are ready to face.

I was one mom who believed baby cereal is the thing to start with and babies are not ready for something else at 6 months.

But soon I came to read more about weaning methods and what constitutes a rich and nutritious diet for little ones.

I started this blog to spread the word on good feeding practices.

It’s turned into more of a website of curated resources to help parents make the most of their weaning journey (and beyond).

I wanted to make weaning meaningful. 

That’s how Weaningful came to be.

Where to go from here