weaning and baby feeding guide'
by the sleep nanny
If you are unsure
which way to turn, you can rely on us to give you “no nonsense”
advice and guide you through the weaning process.
It need not be complicated or stressful
Talk to an expert who can make suggestions on suitable foods for
every stage of development.
Talk to someone who can empathise with all the worries and
anxieties you may be experiencing.
Are you about to embark on weaning? yet feeling unsure where to
Is your baby approaching the age recommended for weaning onto
Have you already started weaning, only to find your baby does
not like solid food one bit?
Do you feel confused by all the packets of ready-made baby food?
Do feel that you are not a confident cook?
Are you unsure of the nutritional requirements of your growing
Have you read numerous books, all giving conflicting advice?
Does your baby
suffer from digestive discomfort, excess wind and bloating after
eating his solid food?
Feeding toddlers - "fussy or selective eaters"
Is your toddler a bit “tricky” at mealtimes
Is your Toddler developing a “selective eating “ pattern
Will she refuse to eat unless she is “glued” to the television
Does she eat like a bird during the day, yet guzzle milk
during the night
Is your toddler “food phobic” refusing to touch or handle
Does your child prefer to eat foods that are of a similar
texture and colour?
Does your toddler seem uninterested in joining in at family
Does she throw herself onto the floor and scream if you
suggest she try something new?
Does your baby or child suffer from excessive wind or mild
digestive discomfort after eating?
Do you need to offer a huge selection of different food to
your toddler, hoping that she will eventually oblige and eat one
Do you believe that the food your child or toddler eats may have
an impact on her behaviour/sleep.
We all know that toddlers can be challenging. They are learning
to know their own mind.
A toddler’s body and brain will be growing and developing at a
While every one in her life will be telling her what she can and
cannot do, a degree of frustration will begin to emerge.
This is a normal part of human development.
For many toddlers this can be a difficult time.
All your little person wants to do is, rampage and explore the
exciting world around her.
She will often have no idea of boundaries. Why
would she, She just wants to enjoy herself.
Therefore, while your toddler is constantly being told “no” “no”
“no” she might take a little control of her own.
She can decide what she will eat and what she will not eat!
Moreover, unless you are able to outwit her it can be a slippery
If you are having trauma at the table with your toddler, you
need not worry.
We can help you.
Once again, all our years of experience come in very useful.
As parents, we understand what you are going through.
As professionals, we have seen it all before.
We can offer advice on how to handle teatime tantrums.
Strategies, for dealing with reluctant feeders, food phobic and
We can advise you on how to take all the stress out of
mealtimes. In addition, help your child develop a healthy
attitude towards food. Moreover, make it fun too
If you feel that you could
benefit from some good practical advice (and a sympathetic ear)
If you really are ready to make some changes, don’t despair any
more just book a consultation. You really are not alone!
but please remember that we do not have a magic wand or promise
a miracle breakthrough.
What we offer is
constructive help & advice based on your specific situation.
With the help of our
support programme & range of techniques, based on over 22 years
of research & practical hands on experience, we will help you on
your journey. To
will require your tenacity,
patience & your willingness to accept & embrace new ideas.