The typical signs your baby is ready for food include being able to sit up independently, being able to reach out for food, hold it, and put it in their mouth and most importantly, be able to swallow their food.
When it comes to allergies in children, and due to the nature of baby's weaning, egg sits almost at par with cow’s milk as being the most prevalent form of allergy. This is closely followed by a peanut allergy.
Your little one is here. You’re in a loved-up bundle of bliss on the sofa, reveling in the deliciousness of just hanging out with your baby. Hang on…. That’s not always the way it goes - right? That’s the photoshoot someone put on Instagram.
We often expect to be able to purchase a product that will last from day one through to toddlerhood, but this is difficult because they have very different developmental needs at different ages.