Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Hunger Games

Total exploitation of an eye-catching title – I’ve neither read nor watched The Hunger Games and don’t even really know what it’s about. However, it seemed a fitting heading for today’s observation. So a relationship seems to be establishing between … Continue reading

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Garnish gagging!

We’ve got a bit of a running joke in our house, that whenever I cook something ‘fancy’, I always forget to put the garnish on Jon’s serving. So tonight we were having a veggie curry and I very conscientiously put … Continue reading

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Speed, sweets and swiping

So having said that Daniel rarely eats together with other babies any more, there have been a couple of occasions of communal dining in the past couple of weeks, and these have both reinforced to me that BLW is no … Continue reading

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Why I’m glad we’re baby-led weaning

We’ve just come back from six days away over Easter, during which time we’ve eaten out A LOT at lots of different types of places – motorway services, art gallery cafes, pubs, posh restaurants – and I’ve just been really … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!

So I wasn’t intending to introduce Daniel to chocolate just yet, but when he rolls over in order to reach a foil-wrapped egg, manages to peel the foil off, smashes the egg, gets a fistful of chocolate and eats it, … Continue reading

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A word of encouragement

This post is really just a message of encouragement to anyone who’s starting out on BLW and happens to be reading this blog (so probably only a handful of people, but anyway…!) We’re about three months in now and in … Continue reading

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