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Pages: 34

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform: 1 edition (25 Nov. 2014)

By: Mrs Lorna Farrell (Author)

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Parents are often confused by a wealth of conflicting information. Nanny Lorna's Little Books aim to cut through all that and provide the information you need in a clear, common sense way. Easy to navigate, easy to read and easy to understand, no matter how busy or sleep deprived you might be. These are the books you can turn to time and again. Weaning your baby is an exciting time, marking a move from the newborn days and a step towards toddlerhood. It's a time of exploration and discovery that should be fun for babies and parents. Unfortunately though, it can often be spoilt by worries. Is my baby eating enough? Or too much? What about choking? Allergies? Should they be feeding themselves? Maybe it's just safer to wait?? This book is the calm voice in the centre of the storm, written by a highly qualified and experienced Norland Nanny and trusted parenting advisor. Nanny Lorna will reassure you that there is no need to worry, show you how to introduce foods to your little one and have you sharing relaxed family meals in no time.


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