Birth, Baby & Family

Weaning Workshop – September 20

weaning workshopThe Weaning Workshop – taking the stress out of introducing solid food

The aim of this weaning session is to provide you with good information, discussion, tips and ideas for introducing solid food to ease any stress or concerns about weaning your baby. It is also your chance to ask questions about moving onto this next stage with your baby.

You can come along with your baby from about 3-4 months old, in preparation for weaning, or you may have already started with your older baby but would like to know more about it.

This session is based on research and experience and it has been designed to prepare you for the options as well as to boost your confidence so you feel able to do what works for you and your baby.

Workshops are limited to 6 spaces so the sessions are informal, friendly and helpful.


This weaning workshop will look at:

  • how you can do it – purees, mush and baby-led, plus a combination of methods
  • food and meal ideas
  • what can help and what you can expect
  • the practical stuff – equipment, mess and keeping it safe

Includes an weaning guide, fresh tea/coffee, cake and
ongoing support as you need it

1-3pm | Thursdays | monthly | £15 | North Shields
With Janine Smith – a specialist in pregnancy, birth and early parenting

Parents from Newcastle and across Tyneside book onto my weaning workshop.

You can book and pay with paypal or you can make an online payment – just get in touch for online banking details…


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Weaning – September 20th

Taking the stress out of introducing solid food



If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to send me a message…

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