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When to wean your baby onto solid food? And how to do it? Read (purée-splattered) tips from other Mumsnetters
How old is your baby? If near 6 month you dont need to puree, just mash with a fork.
Cheap storage pots (avent do a pack of 20 for £10). Bibs with arms. Spoons. Highchair (ikea!)
Most pound shops have these great bibs with sleeves made out of towelling material, they cover loads of the baby. They're also good for messy play, and travel sickness
Oh and if you are thinking of spoon feeding, Wilkinsons do some great little storage pots for about half the price.
A cheap shower curtain or a dog for the floor, some bibs with sleeves, some low salt stock cubes and a look at this website
I used:Avent storage pots for storing food.Ice cube trays (3) for freezing tiny amounts of puree1-2 spoons.2 bowls.Never blended food - just stewed it in a pan of water and mashed with a fork.
I am preparing to wean my DS in a few weeks. Want to start getting equipment ready....can you tell me what I need?
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