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      What is weaning? And when should I start?

      What’s the meaning of weaning? Weaning your baby is simply the process of slowly introducing solid foods to your little one’s diet to complement milk feeding. It’s an exciting part of your baby’s development and an essential one. At around six months your little one gradually begins to rely on solid food to get all of the nutrients they need to grow big and strong. Ready to make a start? Read everything you need to know before you begin.

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