Your baby has entered the whole of solid foods. But, before you go out and buy your favorite brand of baby food, consider your options. What are the benefits of making your own baby food? And what are some quick and simple recipes that won't break the bank?
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It’s time for your baby to start solid foods. You’re ready, your baby is ready… but there’s still that small voice in your head that’s terrified of feeding your baby anything that could be considered a choking hazard. We get it, we’ve all been there. So, what do you need to keep in mind when giving your baby solid foods and what are some of the biggest choking culprits out there? We’re breaking things down today to hopefully give you some peace of mind.
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Your baby is at least six months, and you're ready to start incorporating additional foods into his diet. But before you read for the jars of baby food, you may want to consider baby-led weaning- a process allowing babies to control their solid food consumption.