Making Sense of Food Labels For your Toddler – Part Two

In the first blog, published on Monday, Making Sense of Food Labels For your Toddler – Part One, I wanted to provide a really clear and simple guide to breaking down the key nutrition information on food labels. But there’s still a lot of other information on food packaging that…

Weaning Week Awards – Winner!

Weaning Week - Gold Award 2020

This week I’m SO excited to announce that that I won a couple of awards as part of National Weaning Week 2020. I love the work that I do and I’ve spend the last five years or so writing a blog twice a week and creating lots of content to…

Weaning Week Awards Finalist

Very excited that I’ve been voted for 2 AWARDS for Weaning Week 2020! I’ve been working in this field for so long and the last couple of years have been blogging, working on social media and designing my new webinars. All to make sure I’m supporting parents on feeding their…

How to Choose a Healthy Breakfast Cereal

How to Choose a Healthy Breakfast Cereal

I recently shared a post on Instagram about breakfast cereals. Which sparked a lot of questions about which ones were best for babies and young children. I’ve previously written a blog about breakfast cereals that are ideal for little ones. But it’s time to update that blog with some more…

Weaning: What to Expect During Weaning – Blog for Jojo Maman Bebe

I recently wrote a blog for JoJo Maman Bebe for National Weaning Week and as it’s such an important topic, I thought I would share some of the info from it on here too. When Jo Jo’s approached me to write for them, they asked for something a little different….

Wean in 15 has Launched

Joe Wicks

I’ve been working with Joe Wicks on his Wean in 15 campaign now for around a year and a half. I can honestly say I’ve loved it all! Joe and I first met at a Gousto launch. He was thinking about weaning Indie and I was an expert in this…

Milk After One Years Old

Milk After One Years Old

Dropping Milk Feeds Current health guidelines suggest one year old children should be consuming three meals of solid food per day, alongside roughly 400mls of milk. However, both Charlotte and I commonly come across parents who are struggling to drop milk feeds and increase solid food intake. We also get…

Wean in 15: The Podcast With Joe Wicks

Many of you will already have seen that Joe Wicks and I recorded an 8 part podcast to support the launch of Joe’s Wean in 15 book. Which is on pre-order and also out for release May 14th 2020. I loved so much being part of the book, and Joe has…

When Is My Baby Ready For Solid Foods?

When Is My Baby Ready For Solid Foods?

So many people ask questions about WHEN their baby might be ready to have their first tastes of solid foods. Back in 1994 advice was to start offering solids at 4-6 months of age1. For some reason this seemed to lead to many people introducing solids to their baby BEFORE…

Having a Positive Birth Experience amidst the Coronavirus Situation

Having a Positive Birth Experience amidst the Coronavirus Situation

Written by Dr Brooke Vandermolen @theobgynmum,www.thebirthcollective.org Based on the evidence we have so far, pregnant women are still no more likely to contract coronavirus than the general population. What we do know is that pregnancy in a small proportion of women can alter how your body handles severe viral infections. …