Okay so weaning is a slow and steady process. This first stage is really just introducing tastes and skills so try not to stress yourself and have fun.
Last Sunday we’d just returned from a lovely family break to Devon and Cornwall. We were lucky enough to be invited to a wedding in Ilfracombe so it seemed like the perfect excuse to visit the in-laws in Devon and enjoy a few extra days all together.
So if you’re not familiar with pregnancy stages and scans, a pregnancy (at least here in the UK) is split into three. A pregnancy is usually up to 42 weeks in length depending on when your baby arrives. Each ‘trimester’ is usually determined by a 12-14 week period from conception. Every trimester is very different for the mother and baby.
June 3rd 2012
Seems crazy that our wedding day was five years ago. I can still remember clearly how I felt that morning and how I liked to swoosh around in my dress.
The weather in the UK is beautiful at the moment so I’m definitely going to take full advantage whilst on maternity leave.
What? When? Why?
Weaning is all you hear about after the newborn bliss/chaos has well and truly settled. When to wean? Should you wait? What on earth is weaning!?
Last week our family visited Longleat Center Parcs for the first time. It seemed like the perfect holiday for the three of us. Somewhere we could relax, have fun and spend quality time together.