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Weaning Archives – Isablog

How to Make Your Own Baby Food With All The Right Nutrients

With recent studies revealing that some shop bought baby food could actually be doing more harm than good for our little ones, more and more parents are turning to homemade baby food when it comes to weaning. The key to making your own baby food is providing the right nutrients that our babies need to be healthy and grow.  How to Make Your Own Baby Food With All The Right Nutrients Not only are these ideas affordable and much cheaper than pre-made food, but they’re also really easy to make.   If like us you’re fed up of sugar-induced baby foods,…

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Five Reasons Why Toddlers Can Be Absolute Knobheads

Knobheads, dicks, arseholes. However you want to describe them, toddlers can be right pains in the arse when they want to be. So much so, that I fancied writing a small list giving you 5 reasons why toddlers can be absolute KNOBHEADS. Obviously there are more reasons than this – this list is likely endless – but let’s try and keep a post under 1200 words shall we, Ross! Five Reasons Why Toddlers Can Be Absolute Knobheads 1. If You let them do something once, Then they have to do it every single God damn time Feed the dogs, put…

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EvoCups Review: Environmentally Sustainable, Plastic Free Baby Cups

When we first started weaning our daughter we didn’t give too much thought as to what cup we would be using. Over the past year or so we’ve used them all. Sippy cups, Doidy cups, ones with straws and a few 360 degree trainer cups. What we never gave thought to over that time was the environmental impact that these cups might have. So when EvoCups reached out and asked us to review their environmentally sustainable, plastic free baby cup, we said we’d be more than happy to give them a go. EvoCups Review: Environmentally Sustainable, Plastic Free Baby Cups…

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IKEA Antilop Highchair Insert Review with Messy Me

I said in a previous review that the material used by Messy Me would be much more suited to something like a splash-mat, bib or highchair insert than a changing bag. Well, since we’re currently giving three meals a day to Isabelle, and therefore need something much easier to clean, I’m back here, writing a review for their highchair inserts for the IKEA Antilop. Pros of the Messy Me Insert for the IKEA Antilop As you can imagine, with the oilcloth material that Messy Me uses, it is very easy to clean. And cleaning up is something you will quickly…

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When Do Babies Start Crawling? Seven Months In and She’s Really Moving

So this week Isabelle has really taken off with her crawling. The way she is now, you really do have to have eyes in the back of your head. Give her a minute or so and she’s crawled across to the baby gate, pulled herself up and holds on. I don’t think it will be long before she’s trying to walk. Not that either me or Rachel want her to do that any time soon.

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