Posts Tagged ‘ rosieweaning.co.uk ’

Not baby blues but weaning woes…

October 3, 2012
By
rosie-wright

Following my blog about when (and how) to stop breastfeeding, once you feel you and your baby are ready, I wanted to write about the challenge that some women face when they do decide to stop, as some find themselves feeling down or even depressed when they stop breastfeeding. I first heard about this phenomenon,...

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It’s breast to stop, now!

July 25, 2012
By
rosie-wright

I have decided to write about stopping breastfeeding (after 6 months and once it has become firmly established and part of yours and your baby’s routine), and particularly my own experiences, as this is a little talked about issue. Most of the bump out there is about starting breastfeeding, not stopping, and it isn’t...

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When to wean?

June 28, 2012
By
rosie-wright

We all know the Department of Health’s advice that we should start weaning our darling sprogs when they reach 6 months and not a moment before. Even if our little ones are performing impressive contortionist acts in order to get to our cake (in my experience mums do eat a fair amount of cake...

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Is it eww to chew your baby’s food?

June 13, 2012
By
RRWW LOGO 2 (2)

There has been a fair amount of controversy in the world of weaning in the last month after Alicia Silverstone released a video on her website that shows her feeding her eleven month year old son directly from her mouth to his. You can view the video here: http://www.thekindlife.com/post/home-video-breakfast-with-baby-bear If she was looking to...

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