Stage 3 Weaning
Family mealtimes really do take shape when your little one is ready to share the same tastes at mealtimes as you. Stage 3 weaning is when your baby will be more interested in finger foods and trying the food you eat. It means less mushing, squishing and mashing, as your baby discovers the world of using their own cutlery, hands and chewing food. For many parents this can be a daunting stage, as they become more independent. Read on for some articles, tips and ideas to help you all enjoy family mealtimes with your baby or toddler. This page is a mixture of sponsored and editorial content.
As you start thinking about the exciting new world of weaning, it’s important not to forget that any food you serve needs to be safe. Babies and young children don’t have the same immune system as us adults (or even older children) so we need to make sure we’re extra careful with their little tummies!
Sitting around a table together as a family and enjoying mealtime success is the holy grail that we all want to achieve. When introducing solids, what can you do in order that you avoid stressful mealtimes down the line and create treasured family memories around the dinner table? Catherine Dodd, founder of children’s cutlery company doddl and feeding and swallowing specialist speech therapist Stacey Zimmels from @feedeatspeak have some hints and tips!
with thanks to The Childrens’ Dietitian and Tiny Tums As with so many aspects of parenting, starting out on the weaning journey can fill parents …
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