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Discover everything you need to know for the weaning journey with the experts at Babease.

Weaning is a hugely exciting time for parents and their little ones. Here at Babease, we believe in making it full of great, nutritious food, from those first tastes to sharing meals with the family. Weaning should also be full of fun for you and your little one, so we’ve created this blog to give you the support to enjoy your unique weaning adventure!

How to Start Weaning

On the Babease blog, you’ll find articles on every aspect of weaning. Our in-depth parenting guides cover the weaning stages from six months and beyond, first foods, advice for introducing new tastes and textures, different weaning methods and much, much more!

We also have a weaning recipe section, full of exciting dishes, and our Nutritionist’s Blog, which offers detailed advice written by qualified experts.

Babease Top Tips for Weaning

Weaning will usually start at around six months, but this can be different for every baby.

We recommend combining traditional, spoon-led weaning and baby-led weaning with finger foods - experiment to give your baby a range of foodie experiences!

Vegetables should be your baby’s first food - not only are they nutritious, but it also introduces them to savoury flavours early.

First Weaning Foods

Here at Babease, we’re huge fans of vegetables! Whether it’s greens, oranges, reds or purples, these bundles of goodness are perfect for growing foodies.

When weaning, you should look to include a wide variety of foods to ensure your little one gets all the nutrition they need alongside plenty of new tastes and textures. If you’re unsure where to start, these veggies are packed full of goodness!

  • Carrot
  • Broccoli
  • Sweet Potato
  • Peas (mashed or pureed)
  • Butternut Squash

If you have any questions about the weaning journey, be sure to explore the Babease blog. You can also join the conversation on our social media platforms, where you can ask our parenting community for more personal advice.