Confused about the weaning guidelines?
What’s this baby-led weaning that everyone’s talking about?
Has the thought of weaning left confused about what to do?
BabyCalmTM can help!
Our weaning workshop looks at why the guidelines exist. You’ll find out about the differences between traditional (puree) weaning and baby-led weaning. You’ll also get practical information about weaning your baby.
It is sutible for parents of babies 4-12 months.
In small groups of about 6-8 couples, we’ll help you to understand:
* Why the weaning age guideline exists
* How to know when your baby is ready for solids
* The science behind baby weaning
* The practicalities of weaning in a baby-led way
* The effect that methods of weaning can have on a child’s eating habits, even into adulthood
The length of the workshop is 3 hours and costs £45* for a group workshop.
Private consultation is from £75.
Privately arranged group: Prices as for group course if there are a minimum of 4 paying families.
Please complete the contact form below to enquire about arranging a private consultation or a private group.
*This price is per person (with one additional family member free of charge) in a group setting. All handouts are included in the price. It is possible to arrange a bespoke price if you want to attend with additional family members or carers (for your own child).
If you live in the South Lanarkshire, East Renfrewshire, and Glasgow area, stay tuned for upcoming dates. If you’re on Facebook, you can stay up to date by visting the CalmFamily West Scotland Facebook Page.
The workshop is available as a private group or one-to-one session. Private sessions can be either in person or online through Skype.
Live in Scotland but not local to me? I might be able to come to you should you wish to arrange a private group, or we can arrange a private consultaion via Skype.
Complete the form to discuss your needs and a quote.
Not in Scotland but interested in the workshop? Head on over and visit the CalmFamily website to find BabyCalmTM Consultants in your local area.