Tagged with Solids

Here Comes The Airplane – Open Wide!

I remember seeing a photo meme on Facebook with a toddler who had a horrified expression on his face, with a spoon coming towards his mouth and the words “You want to put that airplane where?” It made me laugh, because that could have been my son! As you know, getting food into my youngest … Continue reading

Starting Solids – Stage 2 white sauce

Starting Solids – Stage 2 white sauce

Mealtimes definitely become more varied at stage 2 with lots of new foods you can introduce to your baby however breast milk or formula are still your baby’s most important food. Some food’s I’ve found both my children have enjoyed at this phase are: Broccoli and cauliflower florets as finger food Egg – check out … Continue reading

Starting Solids – Stage Two

Starting Solids – Stage Two

I hope you have been enjoying this series on weaning and that your babies have enjoyed the purees I have shared with you in my last few posts The First Phase, Three Easy Purees and Introducing meat. I’d love to hear how your baby is getting on with solids and see pictures of their messy faces! … Continue reading

Starting Solids – Introducing Meat

In my last two posts about starting solids, The First Phase and Three Easy Purees, I have shared some hints and tips on how to introduce your baby to solids with hopefully as little stress as possible for both parent and baby. I found weaning Freddie went along fine until I introduced meat  around 7 … Continue reading

Starting Solids – Three Easy Purees

Starting Solids – Three Easy Purees

I found giving our babies their first taste of solid food to be an exciting and daunting milestone in their first year of life. I’m sure most mums and dads feel this way. I hope you found the hints and tips in last week’s blog Starting Solids – The first phase helpful. Starting solids definitely … Continue reading

Starting Solids – The first phase

Starting Solids – The first phase

Our gorgeous wee baby girl is now 9 months. Crazy how quickly this has come around, it feels like everything goes much faster the second time round. She is now crawling at high speed, furniture cruising and delighting us all with her infectious giggle and by blowing kisses, waving and clapping. I’d forgotten how enchanting … Continue reading