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Baby-led Weaning: Helping Your Baby to Love Good Food [Format Kindle]

Gill Rapley
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Revue de presse

"It sounds like common sense: after all, would you want to be strapped into a high chair and force-fed spoon after spoon of bland vegetables? It's surely much more exciting to be able to exercise a bit of control over your diet" (Guardian)

"could radically simplify infant feeding" (Daily Telegraph)

"[Baby-led weaning] makes life so much easier" (The Times)

"I see many happy children, who choose their own food independently and eat at their own pace" (Stefan Kleintjes, paediatric dietitian)

"the benefits are great" (Independent)

Présentation de l'éditeur

Contrary to popular belief, there is no research that supports the current mainstream view that babies should be weaned by being spoon-fed purées. Self-feeding allows babies to use their natural abilities to explore taste, texture, colour and smell. It encourages independence and confidence by allowing them to experiment with foods at their own pace and helps to develop hand-eye coordination and chewing.



Baby-led Weaning is a practical and authoritative guide to introducing solid food, enabling your child to grow up a happy and confident eater. It shows parents why baby-led weaning makes sense and gives them the confidence to trust their baby's natural skills and instincts.



With practical tips for getting started and the low-down on what to expect, Baby-led Weaning explodes the myth that babies need to be spoon-fed and shows why self-feeding from the start is the healthiest way for your child to develop. Your baby is allowed to decide how much he wants to eat, how to eat it and to experiment with everything at his own pace.



Baby-led weaning is a common-sense, safe, easy and enjoyable approach to feeding your baby. No more purées and weaning spoons, and no more mealtime battles. Simply let your baby feed himself healthy family food.


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 nourrir son bébé super facilement! 27 juillet 2012
Par cindy
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je suis tellement contente d'avoir eu la chance d'avoir découverte cette livre au bon moment, c'est à dire avant que mon premier commençait à manger. les bienfaits de leur donner à manger comme dans ce livre après les avoir nourrie exclusivement au sein:
moins de problemes de dents et de machoir
moins d'obesité
stimuler leur intelligence et leur créativité
ils deviennent des bonnes fourchettes, ils ont une plaisir à manger pleins de trucs differents
moins de rique d'étouffement avec des objets dans la bouche (très bonne apprentissage de la manipulation des objets dans la bouche)
pas de bouillies à préparer!
nul besoin de petits pots (beurk)
pas besoin d'apporter de la nouriture avec soi quand on se deplace avec bébé au resto
ne jamais devoir les 'faire manger' - ils mangent d'eux memes
ne jamais devoir les donner à manger à la cuillère!!

parfait pour la santé du bébé, geniale pour la paresse de sa maman!

j'ai adoré et je re-fais le meme avec sa petite soeur!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Consider as a guide for new parents 27 décembre 2009
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There's nothing new about Gill Rapley's ideas, besides the name, but for parents who think feeding a baby means jars and purees, it's a good read. Before commercial baby foods (and even after for most parents in most parts of the world), babies were simply offered bites off their parent's plate when they were ready to start solids. But when most of us were babies, the recommendation became to start solids at very young ages and purees were introduced (how else will you get "solid" food into a 2 week old?). Now that the recommendations have returned to more realistic expectations of when babies will be ready to eat, more and more parents are realizing that their babies don't need mush - they can eat "real" food right off the bat. If you'd like to introduce this idea to a new parent, aren't certain when or how to start feeding your baby solids, or need support for when Grandma is horrified, this is the book to buy. If you're looking for recipes for "baby" food, tables of what food to introduce at what age, or detailed lists of foods to avoid, you won't find them here. This is just a reassuring introduction to the idea of simply feeding your baby from your own healthy meals.

By the way, for American audiences, "weaning" technically begins as soon as food other than breastmilk (or formula) is introduced. If you're looking for a guide on weaning baby from the breast, you're looking at the wrong book!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Baby-led Solids should be the real title 15 novembre 2009
Par Heidi Burns - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book. First off this is not a weaning off the breast book, it is an introduction to solids book.

I exclusively breastfed my daughter for 8mos and when I was ready to introduce solids, she wasn't. She was more interested in feeding herself and wouldn't let me spoon feed her. Turns out that was great for me. I spoon fed my boys at 4 and 5 mos old and it was very time consuming and I wasn't sure if they were full or fussy when they'd refuse to eat.

This book eliminates the struggle. Babies have a sensitive gag reflex and by using this book I was able to let my baby take the lead on feeding herself while not overreacting at any sound she made while eating. Also it gives a great guideline of how much and when to feed them solids that correlates with breastfeeding and formula feeding.

If your little one has issues with spoon feeding or heck even if they don't, this is a great book for beginner feeders. I wish I had this with my boys.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great concept 5 mars 2010
Par Angelika Helper - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a great philosophy and practice with well written book to back it up My twins are 5 months old, and I am waiting until they are 6 months old to begin feeding them (or letting them feed themselves.) This book does get a bit repetitive, as the gist can be summed up in one chapter. I sort of wish it talked more about sample menus, ways to cook or cut food appropriately, or simply had larger charts or tables. I suppose the point is that this is a more laid back introduction to weaning, but I still like easily digested charts. Also, I'm sure I'm not the only parent who wants to combine this practice with avoiding common foods that are connected to intolerances and allergies. More information about that would be nice.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting points 7 juillet 2012
Par Rachel A. Flavin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Although I still plan to continue feeding by son purees, this book gave great tips that I will try to introduce food in their natural state, by cutting fruits, vegetables, and meat into finger sizes. A little too much background for me, would have loved more practical tips and advice.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent and the Authority on Skipping Purees 29 juillet 2010
Par Heather - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I had been hesitant to start my baby on purees after seeing babies fight being spoon fed jars of baby food at her daycare. I stumbled across Gail Rapley's technique on the Internet and was delighted to find a thoughtful book on just skipping purees.

My one criticism is that the book is light on scholarship, but then so is the puree-approach advocates.

If you are considering a non-mainstream approaching to feeding your baby, you must read this book.
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Remember that 'a clean plate' isn't what you're aiming for  it's important for your baby to eat only as much as she needs. Don't be offended if she doesn't eat the food you've prepared. Always stay with your baby when she is eating or playing with food. &quote;
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As far as possible, aim to eat the same food as your baby, with your baby. Allow your baby plenty of time to explore the food and decide what she wants to do with it. Talk to your baby about the food she is exploring. Resist the temptation to help your baby eat more than she really needs. Allow your baby to handle food as much as possible to help her develop her skills. Share your baby's joy as she makes discoveries but remember that there's no need to direct her learning by praising or scolding her. &quote;
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