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    Hello Everyone , Can anyone please recommend a good book on starting solids and recipes.
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    I won a book from Bellamy's called "breast bottle bowl" which seems really good. Heaps of info and recipes.
    I was also given Woman's Weekly "The happy baby cookbook" which is a huge book full of recipes.

    This is also a great website http://wholesomebabyfood.momtastic.com/

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    A book with some very good and easy baby recipes is 'baby bowl' it's part of the "4 ingredients" range.
    Lots of recipes for all ages

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    Baby Led weaning by Gil Rapley and her Baby Led Weaning Cook book

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    Annabel Karmel "Feeding your baby and toddler"

    So simple and easy to follow. With pretty pictures for my sleep deprived brain to follow lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TinyLittleTootsies View Post
    Annabel Karmel "Feeding your baby and toddler"

    So simple and easy to follow. With pretty pictures for my sleep deprived brain to follow lol
    This or Annabel Karmel's New Complete Baby & Toddler Meal Planner. But buy of Fishpond, much cheaper than book shops. Mine only took a bit over a week to arrive.

    http://www.fishpond.com.au/Books/Ann.../9780091924850

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    Thank you all very much, it sounds like there are a lot of books out there. I will take a look. Did anyone start giving solids (smooth or mashed foods) before 6 months?

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    Yeah I second the Annabelle kamel one. Fantastic!


 

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