Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: First Foods

We have started the process of baby-led weaning! Here is a sampling of Canon's first foods:

Banana is fun to squish!

Spoon Success!


Cucumber from our garden!


  1. Squee! My guy is 2 months old so we have awhile yet... But I can't wait to start BLW with him!

  2. Oh man, avocado is a good one! Please tell me he was messier by the time he was done or I'm going to be crazy jealous! I hate food messes, but love introducing foods.

    Visiting from Natural Parents Network!

  3. Oh my goodness! Canon is so squishable!

  4. Baby-led weaning is a remarkable approach that empowers infants to explore the world of solid foods at their own pace, fostering independence and a positive relationship with eating from the very beginning. This method not only respects a baby's natural curiosity and developmental readiness but also encourages the development of essential motor skills. The joy and excitement on a baby's face as they grasp, taste, and discover new textures and flavors are heartwarming. By allowing babies to take the lead in their feeding journey, parents witness the early stages of self-discovery and a foundation for a healthy relationship with food. Baby-led weaning is a beautiful celebration of a child's autonomy and a testament to the nurturing environment that promotes lifelong positive eating habits.

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