Weaning Guide with 1:1 Session

£60.00

Taking the stress out of introducing solid food.

Description

This weaning guide has been designed to take the stress out of introducing solid food. Weaning can be a time of confusion and conflicting information so this gives you straightforward information, tips and ideas.

It is ideal for parents and grandparents with a baby from about 3-4 months old, in preparation for weaning, to about 9-10 months old, if you are in need a bit of ideas and a confidence boost.

Based on research and experience, this workshop gives you a range of information and ideas so you feel able to do what works for you and your baby.

The weaning guide looks at:

  • how you can do it – purees, mush and baby-led, plus a combination of methods
  • food and meal ideas
  • what can help and what you can expect
  • the practical stuff – equipment, mess and keeping it safe

 

Here’s how it works:

  1. You can access the online guide and download the weaning worksheets to read and use in your own time.
  2. We will arrange a 90-minute 1:1 video session or phone call to go through your questions and to make sure you feel more confident about introducing solid food.

 

As your 1:1 session is remote, I can work with parents from all over the country.
The benefits of these online sessions are:

  • you can be comfortable at home with your baby
  • you don’t have to get dressed – and you can even turn your camera off if you want to
  • you don’t have to rush and stress to get to the class
  • you can meet the needs of your baby – feed, change, stand and rock

Janine Smith | A specialist in pregnancy, birth and early parenting
As an experienced antenatal & postnatal practitioner, I have worked with parents since 2002


As part of the first year with your baby, there are some postnatal options:

    • you can book 1:1 sessions with me to talk it though, ask questions and to feel more informed, supported and reassured
    • a range of postnatal guides are available: the 4th trimester, baby sleep, how babies work, being a mum and going back to work