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Kinsey girl is 10 months old now (wowzers!), and I have come a long way in the foodie department since I last talked about it here. We went with a hybrid version of Baby Led Weaning, because I am a total nutcase every time Kinsey gags or makes choking noises. The theory makes sense. Teach your kid to chew before teaching them to swallow…I support it, but I also wanted solid foods to be an opportunity for me to gain a *bit* of independence. Nursing every 2 hours was wearing on me, so slowing working in our 3 regular meals, and now, snacks, has made me feel like I’ve got things under control with my sanity intact. I couldn’t jump 100% into the BLW because it’s a messy, slow process, that my tatas just couldn’t wait for (overshare?! Hopefully not).

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