To save my sanity, time and to reduce washing-up while following a baby-led weaning (BLW) approach; I’m trying to make meals that all three of us can eat together. This does mean that I have to watch the salt content and size of the chunks of vegetables in meals, but I think that’s a small price to pay if we can all eat the same meal and enjoy it together.
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Since LJ started weaning I didn’t know how to approach or deal with eating out in the wide world with a baby in tow. Spoiler alert; it’s not all that bad.
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If you want a crisp, earthy and zingy salad for an autumnal lunch then look no further. This dish is quick, tasty and has the benefit of being packed full of colourful vegetables.
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Leftover mashed potato, cabbage, celery, onion and garlic transformed into a tasty bubble & squeak.
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Husband Gruff returned home with a box full of chestnuts so I got creative in the kitchen and here are 3 ways to use them all up.
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Tagged in a Facebook post by a friend to take part, I decided to participate. This meant 2 things; 1 that I got an excuse to use my new phone and 2 I could be a bit creative. Continue reading “7 Days of Black and White Pictures”
In total my labour lasted just over 65 hours. I didn’t have a plan and went with the flow. We experienced heart rate issues, tears, initial inability to feed him and low blood sugar issues. Read on to discover our struggles and what our 4 days in hospital taught us.
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