Baby Led Weaning (BLW) means simply letting your baby feed themselves. With baby led weaning a selection of finger foods is offered and the baby is able to choose what to eat and attempt to feed themselves.
For most babies, teething happens in the first year often around 6 months. And for those of you who have watched your baby cut a tooth, you know that teething pain can make even the most relaxed baby distressed. So what can you do to help your little one return to the angel you know and love? Read on... we're here with some ideas to help.
The term 'Eat a rainbow' is used as a way to get children to eat more fruit and vegetables. We know fruits and vegetables are full of fibre and essential vitamins and minerals. But the chemicals that give fruits and vegetables their vibrant colours (called phytochemicals) have some pretty special qualities, too.
When your baby is ready, introduce foods according to what the family usually eats, regardless of whether the food is considered to be a common food allergen. Using the Béaba Babycook®, you will be able to create meals to suit your child's needs, knowing exactly what is in each dish. If you are concerned about food allergies in your child, or there is a history of allergy in your family, talk this over with your infant's paediatrician before introducing solids.
Children begin this next stage of their development between the ages of 4-6 months, when they begin trying something other than milk for the first time. This can be astressful step for parents however it is essential for baby's future development and so must occur with careful planning.