Tag Archives: weaning

“Ready”

Parenting involves a lot of work around “readiness”. And there’s good reason for that. Ultimately, if a kid isn’t developmentally ready for something- no rewarding, pleading, punishing, nagging, or anything else will be able to make it happen. The problem? … Continue reading

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Ever Changing Products

I have an Airplane-style drinking problem. Not all the time, but when I’m stressed or tired my brain decides that holding and raising a cup is simply a non-essential skill. So, during one of these spells, we got a spill-resistant … Continue reading

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Weaning

Food has never been easy for this kid. I’m now fairly certain that kiddo has issues with corn syrup that means that the vast majority of infant formulas, even the “gentle” and “sensitive” ones, meant misery. At 11 months we got … Continue reading

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Feeding and Independence

Feeding our baby has never been a terribly easy journey. Attempts at breastfeeding generally ended in crying, it took months to find the right formula, etc. I kind of hoped that solids would be a bit easier- but no luck. … Continue reading

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