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-Blogmas Day 3- Baby led Weaning *my thoughts so far 

So far we have loved baby led weaning, as messy as it is, Logan seems to really enjoy playing with the food, exploring the new tastes and textures, even though I have plenty of time in the day to make and prepare something extravagant for Logan’s tea, it does sometime feel a bit like time’s been wasted since a lot of it ends up on the floor or he’s just not in the mood to eat at that time.

With that being said I have decided to do both baby led weaning and offer jars/pouches for those times when I’ve forgotten to make him something or when he can’t eat what me and his daddy are eating that evening, he does love his food so far though whether that’s been a piece of fresh fruit/veg or from a baby food jar.

These are the foods we have offered Logan so far:

  • Boiled Egg
  • Pear
  • Omelette
  • Scrambled egg
  • Apple
  • Carrot
  • Mash potato
  • Pasta
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Cheese
  • Banana (His absolute favourite)
  • Pancakes (banana and normal)
  • Garden peas

If you have any recipes or foods i should try with then please let me know in the comments.

Hope you all enjoyed this post.

Keep smiling 😄 ~mummytologan

 

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2 thoughts on “-Blogmas Day 3- Baby led Weaning *my thoughts so far ”

  1. My fourth little one will be six months old the day after Christmas and so far has only had rice cereal with expressed breastmilk twice. She liked it well enough, so I should really offer her more! I can’t wait to start real foods like you’ve listed here. When did you start? ^_^

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