So you’ve read the theory, bought the highchair, the bibs, the cutlery, the plates and the water cup. You’ve gone through my posts on the 3 signs that tell you baby is ready for solids, on how to choose the best highchair, on how to […]
I have a thing against frying. It’s like my arch enemy. I’m seeing so many recipes online and in social media that use frying as a method of preparing food for children. Think frittatas (which I believe comes from the Italian for “fried”), pancakes, […]
Oh, the highchair: that first purchase that really matters when it comes to weaning. It is the place where your baby will spend quite a lot of time after 6 months of age until around…. well, until he figures out how to jump out of […]
I solemnly swear I won’t take sides. If I were to summarize this post in a couple of sentences, it would be something like this: Baby led weaning (aka BLW) is the new kid on the block that everyone wants to meet. Traditional […]
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