When it was time to introduce Ryan to solids, we did a lot of research and fell in love with baby led weaning as a method of easily introducing solid foods. As time progressed, I fell harder and have become passionate about the topic, sharing our experiences with BLW.
I believe that baby led weaning has so many benefits for both babies and their parents. It helps children learn about food, creates healthy relationships with food, brings your child into family meal time, and hones fine motor skills. Please enjoy my baby led weaning series, and feel free to ask any questions about the method and our experiences with baby led weaning.
Below are the posts in my baby led weaning series to date:
Why We Chose Baby Led Weaning
Baby Led Weaning: The First Steps
Baby Led Weaning: Step 2
Baby Led Weaning: First Foods, Fruits and Vegetables
Baby Led Weaning: Meal Prepping
Baby Led Weaning: On the Go
Baby Led Weaning: Clean Snacks
When Your Good Eater Starts Getting Picky
Baby Led Weaning: First Proteins
Baby Led Weaning Pincer Grip Foods
Cinnamon Ricotta Toddler Pancakes
I’ve also documented Ryan’s full day of eats occasionally for What I Ate Wednesday. Check out these posts if you’re interested! (beware: they need a lot of work in terms of typos/grammar!)
What I Ate Wednesday: 7 Months and 20 Months
What I Ate Wednesday: A Rainy PJ Day
What I Ate Wednesday: Baby and Me
What I Ate Wednesday: Multi-Tasking Dinner
What I Ate Wednesday: BLW Style
What I Ate Wednesday: vol. 2
What I Ate Wednesday
If you have any questions, concerns, or topics you would like me to cover regarding baby led weaning, please leave a comment on this page or any of the individual posts, or email me at [email protected]
I can’t wait to hear from you!
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