weaning

Holly Willoughby has been criticised for commenting on nutrition.
Parents who are considering raising their baby as a vegan, are being urged to seek professional advice before cutting all
No more moonlight, please. Give me the dawn. No more digitised lullabies. Give me the chirping chorus of the breaking day. No more glances at the neon clock, dividing the night into too-short chapters: 00:30, 02:00, 04:00, 6:50.
But what if there was a different way? What if babies didn't need a timetable and special foods and books seemingly complicating what parents have been doing for thousands of years? Well it's already here, having quietly crept into the baby feeding world around ten years ago and gathering speed and tens of thousands of followers ever since.
Just when you feel you've got the hang of giving your baby milk feeds, suddenly everyone becomes an expert on introducing solid foods. Alongside the questions of what you're going to give and how, a particular favourite topic is when your baby will start.
Other people's opinions on weaning may be like all that other unwanted baby advice and the best response is to say, 'thanks for that,' and continue to do your own thing. For some though it's not so easy to shrug off; that niggling worry you're getting it wrong can really affect some mums.
Amy Childs is ready to wean her four-month-old daughter Polly and doesn’t want the “mum police” to criticise her for it.  The
Amy Childs has caused a stir on social media after telling her fans that she is embarking on a process of weaning her four