You finally have your baby's milk feeds figured out, and suddenly she's ready for food! Overwhelming, right? Perhaps you've heard of Baby-led Weaning (infant self-feeding), or maybe your baby has been eating pureed foods and is ready for more. Need direction and clarity? We're here to help!
Our self-paced online course Infant Feeding: the Baby-led Way teaches you exactly what you need to know to let your baby safely self-feed:
Getting baby ready for solids and when your baby should start
What foods to serve
Appropriate food sizes that baby can pick up (with photos!)
Choking hazards and keeping baby safe
Videos of babies eating and gagging (gagging is normal at first!)
Infant Feeding: the Baby-led Way is a 90-minute video-based online course that you can take from your computer or mobile device. It includes tons of images and vides to show you exactly how Baby-led Weaning (infant self-feeding) is done - no heavy reading required. Best of all, this course can be taken on your own time, from anywhere with a high-speed internet connection!
No reading articles or taking tests - just sit back and enjoy.
At only $59, this course is all you need to feed your baby with confidence.
What does this course include?
Meet our expert duo
Understand the Feeding Littles approach to Baby-led Weaning
Step 1: Get ready!
When to start feeding complementary foods based on your baby's readiness signs
Understanding BLW, and what if your baby doesn't have teeth?
What about spoon feeding?
Step 2: Let's do this!
What foods to offer baby (with photos!), how to serve them, and what foods to avoid
Videos of babies eating at various ages and stages
Allergenic foods, nutrition
Creating positive mealtimes, how to present foods, quantities/serving sizes
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