Baby-Led Weaning: The Essential Guide to Introducing Solid Foodsãand Helping Your Baby to Grow Up a Happy and Confident Eater (Google eBook)

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Workman Publishing, Oct 12, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 264 pages
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The Natural, No-Fuss, No-Pur_e Method for Starting Your Baby on Solid Foods

Baby-Led Weaning explodes the myth that babies need to be spoon-fed and shows why self-feeding from the start of the weaning process is the healthiest way for your

  

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Review: Baby-Led Weaning: The Essential Guide to Introducing Solid Foods-And Helping Your Baby to Grow Up a Happy and Confident Eater

User Review  - Aubrie Mabe - Goodreads

Great concepts in theory, but in practice with a baby that only has two teeth and gags on food still, it is terrifying! I liked reading this book and felt like I learned a lot about how babies learn ... Read full review

Review: Baby-Led Weaning: The Essential Guide to Introducing Solid Foods-And Helping Your Baby to Grow Up a Happy and Confident Eater

User Review  - Andrea - Goodreads

Without the redundancy in content and testimonials, this book could be a brochure. Great ideas though. Read full review

Contents

1 What Is BabyLed Weaning?
1
2 How Does BabyLed Weaning Work?
30
3 Getting Started
62
4 First Foods
95
5 After the Early Days
129
6 BabyLed Weaning and Family Life
157
7 A Healthy Diet for Everyone
182
8 Troubleshooting
200
The Story of BabyLed Weaning
221
Basic Rules for Food Safety
223
References
227
Photo Credits
229
Acknowledgments
231
Index
233
About the Authors
239
Copyright

Conclusion
219

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About the author (2010)

Tracey Murkett is a voluntary mother-to-mother breastfeeding helper and coauthor with Gill Rapley of Baby-Led Weaning and The Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook.

Gill Rapley, the pioneering champion of baby-led weaning, worked as a public health nurse for over twenty years and has also been a midwife, lactation consultant, and voluntary breastfeeding counselor. She is currently pursuing a PhD in infant feeding.

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