Baby First Solids - Sebrinah Yeo

Mother of 2 brilliant boys, an Entrepreneur of Ur Baby Store, a freelance writer/graphic designer, a fulltime blogger and a Certified Access Bars Facilitator of Access Consciousness.

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Friday, 1 May 2015

Baby First Solids


Baby First Solids and how to know if you're both ready for it?


To start it off, save down a picture or print out a guide on first aid!


U'll never know what can happen next and these are crucial first aid guides you will need incase of an emergency!


Next is to do the checklist!


Ok so ur LO is prepared for solids but what about you?



Download Checklist as a PDF

Guide to Firsts: Feeding your baby solid food

Most first time parents gets nervous when starting solids. But what u'll need to know is how and what to start with. In the ol' days our first solid food was always porridge. But now we have a category sorter with pros and cons explained. Google about it there are tons of info out there.
What I've learned with baby first solids are Traditional Weaning vs Baby Led Weaning. Also known as Spoon-feeding vs Self-feeding.


With so much info to digest, it made me confuse which to follow.


So I decided, heck! I'll do all of it! Give my baby the variety of feeding methods and flavours. I will share with you in the next few posts in details of my baby's first solids and those "oh-so-adorable" moments of my baby hehehe

Coming Soon - Read More : 
Baby Daniel first solids!
Baby Daniel Led Weaning made me jumpy!
Baby Daniel on the journey to be the next food critic!
Best tools for feeding solids to your baby!

20 comments:

Jacqueline Khoo said...

Thanks for sharing this useful information. Not easy to take care of baby, need to do a lot of research to keep our baby safe enough throughout baby journey!

cindyrina said...

How I wish...my mum feed me with all those puree when small kids. Great tips for new mother too. Aiyoh! I so 'geram' see your kid's cheek! Gosh! so cutie pie!

Leona Lim said...

Useful for new parents, I remember having to research so much with my kids last time

Hanniz Envato said...

I've got a few friends who are about to give birth soon. Will share this with them :)

Angelynn Tan said...

Babies are so difficult to care for @_@
I'm always worried if I'll ever have the patience and the skills to care for them; there's so many things to look out for and they just seem so fragile.
Great information by the way.

Isabel Lee said...

Feeding solids is harder work than milk but they gotta learn one day! =)

Sebrinah Yeo said...

No problem ^^ and yes alot of research needs to be done. It's a whole new world to unlearn & re-learn all over again in this baby journey but it's more exciting than going back-to-school hehe

Sebrinah Yeo said...

hehe tqtq ^^ he's quite chubby lolx! I've never had puree too. Back then it was all porridges, cereals and bread. But u can try making some to taste hehe, it's like juice with the fillings in it (^v^)

Sebrinah Yeo said...

Yes agree, actually alot of new parents are still taking baby steps in this. But not many mums I know of that actually research infos on this. Most of them still follow back to the golden days where porridge is the main first solid food for babies and where pollution is unheard of back then. Lots of these info are really new, the look on my mom & MIL face when I explained about Baby Led-Weaning & Puree lolx...

Sebrinah Yeo said...

That's great news! Thx for sharing <3

Sebrinah Yeo said...

Thanks (^v^) lolx no one said babies are easy to care for hehe but I know some parents that are really really lucky to have kids that are super easy to look after for. I used to worry about having the patience and skills and being mentally/physically prepared to be a MOM... But it's true when they say, when u're a Mom, your Mummy instincts will naturally take over and it's like that special skill is hiding inside us all these while! Hehe but ofcos, no one's perfect. Still got lots to study along the way, taking baby steps and learning with my baby is fun and sometimes tiring but worth it at the end of the day hehe

Sebrinah Yeo said...

Totally agree! I was totally unprepared when it was time for my LO to start solids, he was so eager to start lolx ^^ and true, they have to learn one day (including me the mommy too lolx)

renaelyng said...

Thanks for the great tips! Although I am not yet a mum, reading up on these tips will prove to be useful when the time comes :)

Jessica said...

Thanks for this onfo,i'm trying to have a baby this year and this can come in handy

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Fong Jun Jie said...

Useful details. Going to share this to my friends! :D

Sebrinah Yeo said...

U're welcome dear =) Yes, it's always good to be prepared hehe. I had to cram through Google search practically everyday when I was expecting and at every stages/baby milestones I need to know what I'm suppose to expect next which usually catches me off-guard lolx...

Sebrinah Yeo said...

U're welcome dear, and ofcourse! I just followed u, thx ^^

Sebrinah Yeo said...

Great thanks! ^^

Kylie wenn said...

I'd gone thru the stages.. It's really challenging to feed the correct first food for our precious! Your tips are really useful!~

Sebrinah Yeo said...

Thanks ^^ & Yes I agree with you! We all have to go through this stage sooner or later hehe, no running from it and very challenging indeed lolx... I remembered I was so nervous till I forgotten to put on his bibs and his whole shirts and hand were messy. Totally new experience worth reminiscing hehe