Monthly Archives: July 2014

Six months old – all systems go!

Daisy is six months old today, so it’s all systems go! We celebrated her half-year birthday with lunch at Bill’s restaurant again. Daisy enjoyed some sweet potato fries, and some pitta bread dipped in hummus and baba ganoush (posh tastes … Continue reading

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Three more days in…

A few more days to update on. But after this, since we are now well into daily tastes, I’ll try to hold off the general descriptive posts until something really exciting happens! But to bring you up to date… A … Continue reading

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Pizza, pincer, and lots more tastes…

In the past two days, Daisy has tried: some fingers of pizza crust from a homemade pizza (she absolutely loved it), hummus from a ‘loaded spoon’ (resulting in this hummus goatee), a bit of peanut butter sandwich (rejected by her … Continue reading

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Fruit, veg, and …. beer

Daisy has been having tastes of things every day since I decided we were ‘go’ with weaning. It’s still usually only one thing per day but today she had some bread, melon and pineapple at lunchtime and then she demolished … Continue reading

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We appear to be ‘in’

Ok, so I think I need to be honest with myself and acknowledge that I’ve started weaning Daisy at five months. Virtually every day in the past week or so, I’ve offered her some kind of fruit to taste. It’s … Continue reading

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Are we in or are we out…?

The two tiny pieces of melon that Daisy consumed on Friday afternoon reappeared the following Sunday evening in her nappy, completely undigested. My conviction to hold off until six months is evidently very weak, as the day after deciding to … Continue reading

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Be patient mummy…

So, after a few first forays with fruit and veg, I returned to my copy of Gill Rapley’s book to ‘revise’ a little and also, if I’m honest, to search for evidence that it was ok to be starting to … Continue reading

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