So, I was planning on starting the weaning process with my daughter at 6 months
You know, avocados, banana, sweet potato…super simple stuff
And then I see new study in more than 200,000 children suggesting that
Feeding babies peanuts and eggs
At 4-6 months
REDUCES risks their risk peanut and egg allergies
^^^ the most common allergies in children and actually MORE common than the usual dairy and gluten
Which is the complete opposite to what you were told before, right?
^^^ I think I’ll still be keeping my beloved peanut butter:-) with jelly, of course, to myself!
Yet, just reading this could be getting you to now THINK differently about
how the ‘right way’ to wean a baby.
And it’s a bit like you, me and other members on my body transformation programmes
when it comes to change
You have this vision of the outcome you want
^^ In my case, Ottilie enjoying avocado, smiling, sleeping….a very ‘cheesey’ happy family 🙂
Feeling fitter in your clothes, more confident on the beach on holiday, more energy to do more of the things you want to do with your kids – like trampolining and swimming
But then you hit an obstacle
‘I haven’t got time’
‘What if I fail again’
‘I’m too unfit to start’
^^^ THE most common one I’ve heard – you’re no different from anyone else and you might just surprise yourself.
“I failed in the past so it won’t work”
But what if you used these
obstacles to build
so you can overcome them?
Squash the “I can’t” identity
you give yourself
Fit back in to your favourite clothes, feel more confident about the way you look, wake up with
more energy so you can do more of the things you want to do without feeling
got to go