Weaning is a hugely exciting time for babies as they try new tastes and textures. In the beginning stages, how much your baby takes is less important than getting them used to the idea of eating. Your baby will still be getting most of their nutrition from breast milk or infant formula. When to start Weaning It’s usually recommended to wait until around 6 months before starting to introduce solid foods. This gives your baby
Teething, whilst it can be painful for your baby and worrying for you, it is a key stage in every child’s life. We’ve put together Your Complete Guide to Teething, including symptoms, soothers and aftercare. When does Teething happen? Your baby’s first teeth start to develop in the womb. Usually, teeth begin to grow during your baby’s first year, but some babies are born with their first teeth and others don’t see any growth until
Toilet Training. Potty Training. Poo Time. Whatever you refer to it as, it can be stressful, smelly and at times, messy. Very messy. There are no set rules when it comes to potty training, but it’s important to recognise the signs and have a plan in place for when the time comes. It’s Time Most children start working on using the toilet between 18 months and 3 years. However, it can be hard to know
Outside Play Kids just want to have fun, and outside play offers that in spadefuls (literally when you have a sandpit). They love to emulate and copy the big people. Activities range from building things, play fighting, hide and seek, water fights, games and sports – they all appeal to their natural learning and exploration instincts. With no conscious effort; children will develop their … muscle strength control dexterity motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Muscles