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How I got started with baby led weaning

I don’t always go into loads of detail about our baby led weaning journey so I thought it would be nice to do a post all about our experiences to date 🙂 Here’s how we got started: The very first tastes We got started at 24 weeks after Eli grabbed some carrot sticks from us and chewed on them (read…

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Nutrition

What’s a balanced diet for babies anyway?

Figuring out a balanced diet for your baby can be a bit anxiety-provoking. I know it was for me – I’m not a dietitian or health professional, just a mum who loves food. Especially with your first baby you can really lack confidence in whether you’re doing it right. Luckily, there are quite a few resources online to help you…

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Recipes

Roasted tomato and goats’ cheese quiche

Why quiche? Well, we keep chickens, so we have a LOT of eggs to use. While I like eggs in things (cakes, fried rice or frittatas), I don’t actually like them enough to have them scrambled or poached or boiled (luckily Dave and Eli do). But quiche is something our whole family can eat. It’s a really handy food for…

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Review

Cheeky Wipes hands and faces kit – product review

The other week I got a really exciting baby led weaning delivery – the Cheeky Wipes hands and faces kit! I’d been waiting (im)patiently as they were out of stock when I ordered so it had been a few weeks (the delay was made clear when I ordered). I already use the terry towelling Cheeky Wipes for Eli’s bum (they’re…

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Recipes

Tuna and tomato pasta – no jars!

Sometimes I find it difficult doing recipe posts as I’m a bit of a “chuck it all in and see” cook. Proper food bloggers do lots of recipe development and cook batches specially to photograph. Most of the stuff I post will be tried and tested, in that I make it a lot, but they’ll be fluid ideas rather than…

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