Whether you are starting out on your journey of baby purees at 4-7 months, following on from purees between 7-10 months, introducing new flavours and textures with a little one aged 10-15 months, or even dealing with fussy toddlers and trying new meal combinations, you’re in the right place!
At this stage, you should start trying to eliminate the purees and blends entirely, unless of course, your child has had previous problems with either chewing, swallowing or digestion. You know your child better than anyone, so just because others are now giving whole foods, doesn’t mean you must – remember it is something to… Read More Toddler Munch
Solid foods should now be the main focus of mealtimes for your little one. And while puree and blended foods at this age are fine, the introduction of more solids should replace purees to encourage chewing and swallowing chunkier foods.
Now that your little one has been introduced to the new world of purees, you can move onto the next steps. The main thing to remember is to ensure you wait until they are used to the previous flavours and enjoying them before stepping it up a gear. Once they do, you can move over… Read More Baby Textures 7-10 months
Just because your child is now four months old doesn’t mean you have to start weaning. Let your baby lead you at this time, they’ve only been in the world between 121 and 213 days. Some babies are not interested in beginning the journey of weaning until six months; every child is different and there… Read More Baby Purees 4-7 months