Introducing solids to your child's diet can seem a bit daunting however there are some great tips for making this phase easy both at home, and when you are out and about.
At around six months your baby will start showing a bit of interest in what you are eating and indicating that they might be interested in joining in the fun. We have put together some top tips to help make this new experience positive for you both.
At around six months old your baby will start to show signs that milk feeds are no longer enough and they would like some solid food on the menu. Find out how you can best navigate this new phase with ease.
These days bottles come in different materials, shapes, designs, features, colours and sizes; with price tags that vary significantly. The nipple/teat that you choose to use with the bottle is far more likely to affect your baby's feeding, and this will come down to your baby's choice/feeding method
I am in the process of working through a breastfeeding and sleeping problem caused by my daughter ‘speed feeding’. She takes five minutes to fill herself up and then seems like she is finished