The Parents Guide to Baby Led Weaning

September 28, 2017

The Parents’ Guide to Baby-Led Weaning is a great book, and resource.

If you have a little one, you might be wondering when the little one can be weaned.  According to the book, you can skip Purees all together and go straight to solid foods.  I will be passing this book on to a friend, that is currently pregnant.  She will appreciate knowing, what I didn’t know, 6 years ago.

There are recipes in The Parents’ Guide to Baby-Led Weaning that will make it easy to get your baby to eat solids, but 6 months.

Baby-led weaning means starting your baby on real table food from the start (at about 6 months old, depending on your baby) and skipping the purée stage completely. This means offering babies a selection of nutritious finger foods so they feel like they’re joining in on family meals. Baby-led weaning is especially popular with second children and beyond, because they’re so keen to mimic their older siblings.

Topics include:
• Tips for getting started with baby-led weaning, including signs of readiness

• Information on safe foods and progressing food sizes as your baby develops
• Strategies for dealing with food allergies
• Advice for vegetarian families
• Guidelines for modifying family meals

Even though my youngest is 6, I still read through The Parents’ Guide to Baby-Led Weaning, and got some great resources.  As I said, my friend will be glad to get this book, and learn the things that I had no clue of.  If I could go back, I would give my little one solids at an earlier age.

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