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Babies before 6 months are encouraged to have exclusively breastmilk or formula. As a result of this most babies will start the weaning process at 6 months. Some babies however are encouraged by the medical professionals to start as early as 4 months. Please seek medical advice if you are planning on starting before 6 months. This is often supported for babies who are struggling with reflux. Once you have reached this milestone, you can safely start introducing solids, however it is in stages. Follow our colour coding for each stage to make your choices. Your baby’s stomach is the size of their palm, so there will not be room for too much food. As their confidence builds and they take a greater interest, more food will be needed. We have ensured that each pot will provide enough food for the hungriest of babies. Initially your baby will probably only consume one to two spoons of food. This stage is known as a “taster”, and it is important to allow your child to experiment with the spoon and the food at their pace (see video). At this stage, your baby will be experimenting with vegetables and fruits and may spit out more than they will consume. It is recommended that at this stage the food is introduced after their bottle. This will start once a day and it is recommended to do this at breakfast time or lunch time, in order for your baby to digest this before bedtime. Once you are satisfied that everything is ok, then you can up it to twice a day. Introduce one ingredient at a time, so that you can monitor any signs of intolerance or dislikes. This stage is presented as total puree. ...Read More
During this period, your baby is still heavily relying on milk, however many babies start to take more of an interest in food and less in the milk. As iron stores at this age start to diminish from the milk alone, it is important to include iron into your baby’s daily diet. Full fat dairy foods and wheat can be introduced in the food now. Please note that cow’s milk should not be used as a main milk drink till 12 months old. As with first stage, introduce slowly and one at a time. During this period your baby will be progressing on to three meals a day. At this stage we will start to introduce some basic soft lumps ...Read More
At this stage, your baby is ready to conqueur the world and introducing them to many new flavours and textures is exciting and rewarding. There are some foods that babies should not have until they are over 12 months. Please read our blog for further information before experimenting . The foods that we supply are all age appropriate. By now the lumps are starting to become more pronounced.
Although your baby will still be drinking milk, probably morning and night, they now can eat the same foods as the rest of the household. It is not recommended to add sugar or salt to their meals. At a year the food will still need to be chopped up, unless following a baby lead weaning programme. See blog about baby lead weaning.