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For the first year of your baby’s life, breast milk and formula will be the main source of your baby’s nutrition. When you start to wean you will be serving more nutrients and vitamins in the form of solid food.
I am regularly asked what fruits to serve to baby, when can I serve them and how to serve them. Below I will lay out my advice on the best and safest ways to serve fruit depending on your baby's age and ability.
The most common question I get asked at my #weaningwednesday Q&A is "can I blend pasta for my baby?" I would advise that you do not blend pasta into your sauces or purees and I will explain why below
Constipation in weaning babies is very common, one of the most frequent weaning questions I get asked is how to know if my baby is constipated and what foods to serve to help relieve baby constipation. Here are my top 5 purees to relieve constipation in babies.
Starting to wean can be a bewildering experience. It takes a little time for them to learn to take food from a spoon and then figure out how to move it from the front of the tongue to the back of the mouth. I always recommend to start weaning from 5 ½ months. This will give your little one time to get used to the idea of food before they are introduced to a wider variety from 6 months onward.
Many parents are concerned about introducing Allergenic foods to their babies and it is one of the most common questions I get asked in my Weaning Academy and during #WeaningWednesday.