How do I know my baby is developmentally ready?
There are 3 main signs of developmental readiness to look out for:
Sitting up holding and their head steady
Good hand-eye coordination
Absence of the tongue-thrust reflex
The advice is that you shouldn’t start weaning until your baby is showing all three of these signs.
Discover new senses and flavours
It's a big new part of their life getting to taste new and exciting flavours and discover new senses.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) advises starting solids at 6 months
Smash it, drop it, squeeze it☄️
This dinner set will survive basically anything (except maybe an apocalypse)
Things get a little messy when you begin weaning get a head start with our dinner set.
✔️ Soft to the touch
✔️ Easy to clean
✔️ Heat Stable
Hard Wearing and Durable
Kids love to explore new things and inevitably they end up on the floor but don't worry this flexible medical grade silicone will withstand any blows. BPA Free. Suitable from 6 months onwards
What's in the bag?
✔️1 suction plate containing three compartments
✔️1 bowl with a suction pad and lid
✔️ 1 bib
✔️1 drawstring carry bag
✔️1 teething ring
✔️ 1 beaker