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Category: Baby Led Weaning Diary

Sweet potato and chickpea risotto

Posted on: 8th May 2014

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Today’s blog is a delicious vegetarian twist on a risotto. It uses chickpeas as the main protein source. As well as protein, chickpeas (along with other beans and pulses) are a good source of iron and calcium. I like to go veggie once a week to reduce our meat intake and also help do my ...
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Weaning Diary – 1 year old

Posted on: 14th October 2013

Enjoying a (very small) portion of homemade birthday cake

Today marks the end of a blogging journey – the last post in my weaning blog! My little one turned 1 at the end of September, and is now 12 1/2 months old. She is now eating normal family meals (without the addition of salt/sugar), and also stopped breastfeeding about a week before her first ...
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Weaning Diary – 11 months old

Posted on: 1st September 2013

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My baby is now 11 months old and we are looking forward to planning her little birthday tea party. At the time of my last blog, she was sitting and rolling confidently, but could not master the art of getting onto her tummy without banging her head, and couldn’t then sit up again. The last ...
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Weaning Diary – 10 1/2 months old

Posted on: 12th August 2013

My little angel delight has just turned 10 1/2 months. I can’t believe how much she’s grown and developed over the last couple of months. She has been a little later than my previous 2 on the developmental front. Although verbal noises are on track (‘mama’ at 6 months, ‘dada’ at 7 months), physical development has been slower. She is quite content ...
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Baby Led Weaning Diary – Why my baby wants to be spoonfed!

Posted on: 8th April 2013

Age: 27 weeks 3 days (6-and-a-bit-months). The last 10 ten days have been difficult and challenging. Baby led weaning is marketed as being easy and rewarding for those who pursue it. However with Meadow, this has not been the case, and it has been a challenge for both of us. Meadow has not been getting ...
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