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Baby-Led Weaning: The Essential Guide to Introducing Solid Foods—and Helping Your Baby to Grow Up a Happy and Confident Eater [Anglais] [Broché]

Gill Rapley , Tracey Murkett
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  • Broché: 264 pages
  • Editeur : Experiment LLC, The; Édition : Reprint (12 octobre 2010)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 161519021X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1615190218
  • Dimensions du produit: 20,5 x 14 x 1,9 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 baby book 10 décembre 2013
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
delivery and contact with user all above reproach.

one comment about the book. its repetative. its interesting but it does drill in some basic principles a bit too heavy handedly, tbh the first 20 pages could have been written as a list of bullet points.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 exellent 29 août 2013
Par Luciana
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Different aproach to introducing solids, mind openig. highly recomended. Forget about purees and spoons and start enyoing with your baby.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Eclairage intéressant mais incomplet 5 mars 2012
Par Lorraine
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J'ai découvert la Diversification menée par l'enfant sur Internet. Mais passés les premiers temps où l'on propose des légumes, des crudités, des fruits... que faire lorsque l'enfant se lasse et demande autre chose ?

Le livre apporte un éclairage sur les étapes suivantes de la diversification mais il n'est pas, pour moi, assez concret. Hormis la théorie, comment fait-on jour après jour ? C'est une réponse à cette question que je cherchais dans ce livre. Je ne l'ai pas trouvée.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 génial ! 1 août 2014
Par Flore
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Dommage qu’il ne soit pas édité en Français, mais sinon il est parfait pour déstresser un parent qui veut essayer la diversification menée par l'enfant, tout en donnant les jalons pour le faire en toute sécurité.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Deserves to go mainstream 20 janvier 2011
Par Maria - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I can't recommend this book or this method highly enough. We turned to baby-led weaning when our daughter declined to eat solids well after her six-month birthday. We never bought into the rice-cereal orthodoxy, so we began by trying to feed her bits of avocado and banana from our fingers, but she wanted none of it. We tried pureed apples and pears, and then rice and oat cereal with breast milk, but she didn't like being spoon-fed. While we cooled our heels for a few weeks I learned about baby-led weaning, and by about eight months she was ready to go. The key to this method is that the baby is in control -- apart from placing food on her tray, you don't actually feed her. She inspects the food, chooses what she wants, and feeds herself.

Rapley and Murkett are careful and thorough (yet friendly and conversational) in addressing concerns about choking, allergies, and so on. But the immediate benefit of BLW is that it is SO much easier to give your baby real food than to deal with steaming and pureeing (what a bore!). Soon after we started, my daughter was eating solid apples -- we'd cut them into the appropriate finger shape and she'd shave bits of apple flesh off with her two little teeth. Now she loves eating from a whole apple; I eat a chunk of it to expose the flesh, and off she goes. At nine months she has eaten uncooked apples and pears, whole cooked peas and carrot sticks, buttered whole-wheat toast, cheese, pasta, sausage, chicken, mashed potatoes, scrambled eggs, curried vegetables, and basmati rice, all using her hands, and she drinks water from a regular cup with assistance. It's thrilling to watch her engage with new tastes and textures. She doesn't eat everything we offer, but she's getting more and more enthusiastic about new things. She surprises people at family dinners because she is well "ahead" of her thirteen-month-old cousin, who is still spoon-fed -- I say that not to be competitive, but just to show how effective baby-led weaning really is. We're so proud of how well she's learning to eat, and a lot of the credit goes to this book for its totally intuitive (not "new," as another reviewer argued) advice and reassurance.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 BLW is great, but you don't need a book for it! 9 mars 2012
Par another newmama - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If your child is exclusively breastfed for 6 months, all you need to do is read the babyledweaning website, and you're off to the races. BLW is pretty easy: you can feed baby most things that you eat (with a "don't be stupid" rule: not so much pepper that it hurts his/her mouth, no milk except mama's milk before 12 months, no chokable foods like raw carrots & nuts, make grapes and blueberries safer by halving or squashing them, etc.). The wonderful thing about this approach is that you don't have to buy or cook special foods, nor do you need special apparatus and instructions. When he was 6 months old, our baby was having none of a spoon stuck in his face. But when we gave him solid food from our plates at breakfast and dinner, he played with the food for about a week, then started eating like a champ. Our 11-month-old now eats everything except meatballs (he doesn't seem to like them), and has been drinking unassisted from a cup since about 9.5 months. It's fun, and free. I'd read the website, save the money on this book, and spend it on bibs with sleeves instead.

For the one commenter who said she wasn't aware of what doctors' associations said about BLW, I believe that NHS (National Health Service of the UK) has approved it, and it's also quite normal in the Netherlands. Recently, a study has shown that kids who are BLW end up with healthier eating habits than mush-fed kids. Although hey, most of us were mush-fed, and we still learned how to eat eventually.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Can't handle the gagging 15 novembre 2011
Par Bay Area Mom - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this book because nothing about feeding my baby solids has seemed intuitive. This seemed like the answer, and the book makes a good case for starting babies on real solids instead of purees. However, after watching my baby gag on broccoli, apple, and just about everything we gave him, we decided to go back to purees. The book specifically says that gagging is okay, and it's different from choking, and I get that. But try watching your baby gag - it's pretty terrifying. We reached into his mouth to pull out pieces of food on a few occasions.

If you look online at all the blogs about BLW, you see a lot of positives and not a lot of critiques. I can't find any doctor organizations that have weighed in on it. Ironically, trying this approach gave me more confidence in my ability to read my baby's cues, and I feel pretty good about sticking with purees for now and maybe trying tiny pieces of finger food soon. I was fed that way, and I am a good eater!

I think this book is worth reading, but that parents should feel empowered to trust their instincts. There is nothing evil about purees, and I think some babies just do better on the puree-chunky-finger foods track...The book even mentions that in some cultures mothers will pre-chew meats to give to their babies, but then it says to go ahead and offer your 6-month old strips of steak...I just was not comfortable with that. Balance what you read with what you observe in your baby and trust yourself!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Just OK 2 août 2011
Par Julie H - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a firm believer that BLW is the ideal way to introduce your baby to solid foods. And the information presented in the book is good. However, you can find all of the basics on BLW online, so the book really isn't necessary. We found BLW to be very intuitive, and so did not really need an "instruction manual". I also found the information in the book to be a bit repetitive. There is really only so much to say about BLW before you just start repeating yourself! However, for someone who knows nothing about BLW, this book would probably be great.

So it is an excellent concept, and one that I wish more parents would adapt. But the book is a bit unnecessary unless you are completely unfamiliar with BLW.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I wish this book had been available when we were introducing solid foods! 17 octobre 2010
Par Thoughtful Reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I had read online about the idea of introducing solid foods to one's baby by offering "real" foods, the same things the parents are eating, rather than spoon-feeding purees and cereals. We did and it was a fantastic experience (although our relatives were shocked to see our baby enjoying burritos and saag ponir (Indian food with spinach and cheese which she adored) with us!

I got the book later in the process, but so much of the information would have been helpful sooner -- from the quotes and stories from other parents, to the info about which foods actually CAN be choking hazards (like grapes that aren't cut), to the ideas about dealing with cleaning up, to issues like spicy food (our baby loved moderately spicy food and would just drink lots of water and then reach for more), to the theory and research about why it works (and why this approach is the norm in many cultures around the world).

I've recommended this book to so many of my friends with younger babies. While introducing solid food this way isn't "mainstream" (yet) in the U.S., it works so well, it's so much easier and faster, and it's fun! Thanks to the authors for making the "how to" information so accessible.
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