Survey Reveals The Top Food Worries For Mums

02/11/2009 08:36 | Updated 22 May 2015

A survey conducted by Sainsbury's has discovered that 49.6 are unsure when they can move onto solid food, and 33.2;" arial="" sans-serif=""> for free, and will receive a Huggies baby bundle worth £9.99 or 1,000 nectar points.

Don't have a Sainsbury's near you? They're not the only one with a baby club


Tesco have had the Baby & Toddle Club for a while now, and the site is packed full of video recipe guides, money off offers and free BabySafe courses. You can even submit a photo of your baby to be 'Baby of the Month'. Like the Sainsbury's club, it's free to join.


Boots has the long standing Parenting Club which is available for anyone with a baby up until the age of 2. The club gives you double advantage points on selected baby products, and you'll get a free changing bag if you buy Pampers New Baby or Active Fit nappies. They also offer downloadable guides and their brand new online resource Boots WebMD.

Are you part of a baby club?

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