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How and when to wean your baby off the bottle

How and when to wean your baby off the bottle

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Most newborn babies get enough nutrition from being breastfed or bottle fed. But as they begin to grow, they will also require solid food. One child might make the transition rather more easily than another, but ultimately it will happen when the time is right. In this article, we'll tell you how and when wean your little one from bottle feeding and smoothly transition him or her towards eating solids.

Halloween spider soup

Halloween spider soup

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We know your kids will love to get dressed up and go out for treats, but we also have another option for you: Halloween spider soup! Ready for the best Halloween with your little monsters?

A cup with a straw for your child: recommended or not?

A cup with a straw for your child: recommended or not?

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Drinking from a cup is a skill that children learn step by step. That's why it's important that you always give your child the right cup, tailored to their motor development. For example, a cup with a straw can be useful for the further development of oral motor skills.

A cup for your toddler: when can which model be used?

A cup for your toddler: when can which model be used?

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A baby is either breastfed or bottle-fed, but as your baby gets a little older, he or she can gradually learn to drink from a cup by itself. Different models are available for each phase of this learning process. In this article we explain when which cup is best suited for your toddler.

When does a baby get its first teeth? (And what about breastfeeding?)

When does a baby get its first teeth? (And what about breastfeeding?)

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Some babies are already born with a milk tooth, but for most babies the teeth take some time to develop. How long does it take exactly before your baby get its first teeth? Find out here. We'll also explain what effect this has on breastfeeding - a question asked by many mums. Let's find out!

 

 

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