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Baby Led Weaning Breakfast Ideas. I get a lot of parenting questions sent my way (which I find highly amusing, because, um, hi, I’m totally clueless), but none more than the volume of questions I get about baby led weaning. Baby led weaning (or BLW for those in the know) is an alternative method of introducing solids to babies.
Instead of doing the more traditional baby food/pureed food step, you skip that entirely and start off your baby with “real” food with modifications. More or less, you and your baby are eating the same foods at each meal time. There is a great book out there that gives you the run down of why BLW is a good option to consider (although, it’s important to note, BLW isn’t for every family or every baby), so I won’t rehash that here. I will tell you why we decided to do BLW. Not having to prepare or buy separate baby food really appealed to me. And it’s been so wonderful to just be able to make Juniper’s meals at the exact same time I’m doing ours. It also just felt more natural to me, you know?
I highly doubt parents in the olden days were whipping out their blender to puree sweet potatoes and chicken together. Or running to Whole Foods to grab jars of organic baby food. They probably fed their kids the same food they ate.
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She put it in her mouth, chewed on it a little, and then threw it on the floor. And this was how BLW continued for months. We kept offering her food, and she kept showing little to no interest in it. But slowly, she started to find some foods that she enjoyed (both eating and playing with), and now, at almost 1. She has enough teeth and enough eating skills now that she pretty much can eat anything. For the most part, we’re past the choking stage, she has five teeth and has gotten the hang of chewing, but we are still modifying her foods to mostly be choking hazard- free just to be safe.
When we first started BLW, I really struggled with figuring out exactly how to modify what we were eating to give to Juniper. All the books and blogs say, “just give them what you are eating,” and that’s true to a certain extent. But I’m, obviously, not going to give my six month old a bowl of piping hot soup, you know?
So now that we’re more well- versed in the day- to- day of BLW, I thought I’d share some of our favorite meal ideas. My plan is to do a post for each of the meals in a day, we’re going to start with the most important meal of the day: breakfast. Juniper always nurses when she first wakes up, and then within the hour, she eats breakfast. She’s been using a spoon to scoop up yogurt for months now. And she’s developed an excellent pincer skill (the ability to pick things up between your thumb and finger).
Bananas can be super slippery, so. It took Juniper a few bites of the wrong side to realize it wasn’t yummy, but she learned quickly! If you don’t normally buy organic bananas, I would recommend getting organic ones until your baby gets the hang of the fact that the peel side isn’t for eating.
Sunday Morning Pancakes. Mommy and Daddy /// Whole wheat pancakes with strawberry rhubarb sauce, strawberries. Baby ///. Sometimes we serve her pancakes with something for dipping in and sometimes we don’t. This time, we skipped the dip and gave her some fresh fruit to eat on the side. Savory. We’ve been conditioned that babies should eat bland, mild, boring food until they are older.
But there is no reason for them not to eat the same foods we have! We gave her some salsa to go along with her breakfast here. We just leave any nuts out of Juniper’s bowl (a choking hazard and big allergen) and skip honey (botulism risk), but she eats pretty much the same bowls we have. We give her a spoon and let her have fun.
Toast and Fruit /// We eat a lot of toast in our house! Mommy and Daddy normally have toast with peanut butter and spreadable fruit, but we. This girl loves her carbs! Sodium content in store- bought bread can be an issue for small babies, so we try to mostly feed her bread we make at home, so we can control the salt. Yogurt Bowls /// Similar to oatmeal, we make yogurt bowls that are pretty much the same for Mommy and Daddy and for baby.
We try to not use a lot of added sugar with Juniper, so usually we sweeten her plain yogurt with unsweetened applesauce. It’s a ton of messy fun. In case you were curious, we use the Becothings Bamboo Baby Feeding Set and OXO Tot Feeding Spoons. We’ve been using them for five months now everyday, and they’ve held up wonderfully.
We also use the Abiie Beyond? They are already so stained from spaghetti sauce and beet fingers! The low pressure style of BLW really works with our. Mealtimes are so much fun for us! No stressing about how much food Juniper is taking in or what kinds of foods she’s eating.
We know she’s experiencing a ton of variety of different tastes and textures, all while still getting all the nutrients she needs from nursing. I’ll be back in a few weeks with some lunch ideas!