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    Weaning Week 2024

    Join us for National Weaning Week from 13th – 17th May 2024. The week-long campaign aims to provide families with support, advice and help around weaning.

    There’s lots of ways to get involved, including:

    • Following along on social media
    • Trying out a new recipe
    • Taking part in a workshop 
    • Talking to other parents 

    Plus lots more!

    Featured recipes

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    super easy

    Many thanks to Nanny Joyce – Nanny to Sebastian (15 months) and Evie (3 and ¾) from The Grandparent Hub

    10 minutes

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    Stage 1 weaning recipe which is a super easy first food, with only 3 ingredients.

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      Weaning is the process of introducing solid foods into your baby’s diet, alongside their milk requirements.

      Experts advice is to not to start offering solids until your baby is around the 6-month mark, unless told otherwise by your health visitor or GP. At this age, their usual milk is still a vital part of their nutrition and should continue to until 12 months at least. Remember every baby is different and you need to trust your instincts on when it is right for your little one.

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