Author: Hanna

How I baby wean my children into eating everything

Hanna’s best baby weaning tips Think as little as possible about how much your children eat I focus as little as I can on how much my kids eat. I serve them a variety of healthy food and then trust them to eat what they want and as much or as little as they want. Sometimes they eat nothing, but I don’t mind, I know that they will eat when they are really hungry and sometimes eating is not a priority. I will offer them food later again and sooner or later they will eat. Avoid making eating an...

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Co-Sleeping with a baby – How its done

Me and my boyfriend have been co-sleeping with our children since they were born. Some of my friends think we are nuts and people overall tend to have very strong opinions about it. Read more about it here. Sleep-sharing has of course its downsides, but for us the positive aspects have been dominating. 1. First of all I know from myself that I have always been feeling better when I have shared a bed with someone I like, rather than when I have slept alone. I have felt it would be cruel to isolate my social little babies in own...

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Make your own squeeze pouches

From the moment our kids started to eat food we were absolutely dependent on those squeeze pouches filled with yummy fruits that are sold in every food store. We loved them because our kids loved them and because they were so easy to handle. No spilling! We realised that with all this squeezed fruits in them they were probably quite sugary, but we didn’t bother that much until the dentist told us that one a day was an absolute maximum. A quick tip! For some good ideas smoothies, check out this related blog post over Positive Health Wellness called“How...

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Five myths about co-sleeping

I’m the only one who does it In fact when you ask around it often shows that a lot of people share a bed with their children. Maybe they didn’t plan to do so from the beginning but their children insisted and they were sensitive to their needs. Ethnographic studies reveal that many parents never really make a firm decision about where their baby will sleep; nevertheless, sleep happens, and sometimes the children end up in their parent’s bed. It is impossible to get some sleep if you share bed with children You could actually often get better sleep...

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