Weaning your baby is an exciting time for both you and your little one. However it can also be confusing for new parents. If you are ready to start weaning and are anxious to start, here are our top tips to get you started.
Family days out and everyday tasks shouldn’t stop you on your weaning journey. Our top tips for weaning on the move will make bringing healthy, home-cooked baby food and purees on the go so much easier. With the right equipment and some tasty recipe ideas, weaning while out and about could not be simpler!
I am very exited to say that my recipe book, "Baby and Family: Cook for Family, Adapt for Baby", is now available in forty Supervalu stores across the country. I love being a brand ambassador for a great Irish store like Supervalu, and have always enjoyed collaborating with the company. It was amazing to see my book stocked instore today!
Parents are often left confused about what to feed their baby for 'teatime', their meal in the evenings, and may find it hard to think of tasty teatime ideas to increase variety for their little one. However, I don’t see it as ‘teatime’, but rather a second dinner. I recommend offering another dinner-style meal, different to what was fed at the first dinner.
This month was very exciting for me, because I launched my first recipe book! Baby and Family: Cook for Family, Adapt for Baby provides a guide for mums who are weaning their babies, tips on dealing with fussy or picky eaters and recipes geared towards raising happy and healthy children with positive eating habits.
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