Baby led weaning (BLW) is becoming more and more popular. With baby led weaning, instead of spoon feeding your baby purees, the baby gets to explore whole foods at their own pace. At first, it might sound a little scary to give a 6 month old child large pieces of whole food to chew and gnaw on their own, but it's a method that many families are enjoying. So what is baby led weaning and what is the idea behind it? Also, how do you know if you child is getting enough food and what about the risk of choking? I'm talking about all of that, plus my review of the Baby-Led Weaning book.
Baby-Led Weaning book
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