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The importance of self-feeding during weaning

Ask any parent and they will tell you that weaning can be a testing time, giving your child control over feeding themselves.From food on the floor, cleaning the high chair for the umpteenth time, or putting another load of feeding bibs in the wash, you can guarantee there will be more food on the child than in their tiny tummies. [...]

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Ideas to help with fussy eaters

Feeding a baby or toddler can be more than a bit frustrating at times! Not only do you have to try to teach your child the process of eating, which can be a very messy experience, but you also end up wasting a lot of food that you may have spent a long time lovingly preparing. It's important to remember that it's [...]

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​Why fast food doesn't have to mean unhealthy food for your little ones

When traveling or planning days out with the kids there is already enough to think about... Pack this, pack that, check off your list of 'must not forget' items, and then find space for it all so that it doesn't arrive screwed up or even worse, damaged. So when it comes to food for your little ones, the appeal of 'just [...]

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What's in your Lunch Bag?

As the last few weeks have started to give us a little glimpse of sunshine, we've started to think about summer days out and picnics with our little ones. And of course, every day out usually needs at least a few snacks and possibly even a packed lunch to keep those busy little bees energised and [...]

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Our favourite 5 new products from Harrogate Baby Fair

Whilst we were exhibiting at the Harrogate Baby Fair we found 5 fabulous new products that we think you might find interesting. Matchstick Monkeys www.matchstickmonkey.com its a cute teething gel applicator, teether and toothbrush all in one. These are so cute, you will want one for yourself.Doddl (cutlery)  www.doddl.com novel cutlery, great to see exciting design, addressing [...]

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​Bibetta's tips for weaning on the go

When it comes to introducing solids, whether you choose a traditional puree approach or prefer to go down the baby-led weaning approach, it can be a messy old time. And when you're out and about or traveling to see friends, it's even messier! Here are out top tips for weaning on the go (and trying to stay [...]

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Weaning: An introduction to weaning

Weaning can be exciting and daunting times for parents… Will my child enjoy food? Will they develop a broad pallet for trying new and exciting tastes? Will I be eating cheese sandwiches forever!But often the biggest question parents ask themselves it, which weaning 'method' to follow.At Bibetta, we are parents and have been through the [...]

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Keeping your children busy for under a fiver

If you're already feeling as though you've exhausted all of your best ideas of how to keep the kids busy during the holidays, and their pocket money / days out funds are dwindling fast, take a look at our ideas of cheap activities you and your family can do together. All of these ideas are of [...]

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Alternative Easter treats that don't contain chocolate

We all love a something a little sweet every now and again, but when it comes to the diet of our little ones, limiting children's sugar intake is an important part of being a parent. So how do you handle Easter when everywhere you look, temptation is teasing your children with shiny yummy treats? This easter, why not give your child a [...]

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Top 5 family favourite films for Easter holidays

When it comes to the Easter bank holidays, it's all about family for us.Usually, we are rushing here there and everywhere or having people over, so in any spare bits of time we get we love settling down to watch a good old family movie.There is just something special about taking some time out as a family, and as our [...]

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