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At Bounty we understand each stage of parenting and have put together this guide especially for parents who are about to begin weaning their babies. Our month-by-month guide explains which foods you can give to your baby at different stages, so that you can be sure you are on the right track. We explain how your baby grows and what to look out for each month to keep your baby safe and happy. We have got all the information you need on returning to work, organising childcare, and balancing work and family life.You can trust Bounty for the right advice at the right time. This podcast was recorded and produced by All material is copyright.


  • Your baby's first year


    A baby changes your life. However much you wanted to be a mum, the reality usually brings some surprises.

  • Family life


    Brothers and sisters can have stormy relationships, but can still be very close and loving throughout their lives. Here's how to help them get along from the start.

  • Introduction to solids


    Starting solids is a new experience for your baby, and for you. He is likely to be ready for first tastes around six months, so now's the time to read up on it.

  • What food when


    Breast milk or formula milk will still be the main food for your baby for months to come, but it's good to let him have some experimental tastes of other foods now.

  • Thinking about you


    If you look after yourself, looking after your baby will be easier, too.

  • Day to day


    You helped your newborn settle into a daily routine, but that routine may need adjusting as he grows. Here's how to make life a little easier for you and your baby.

  • Nursing a poorly baby


    If you're at all worried when your baby is ill, always speak to your GP or health visitor. In the meantime, these common-sense ideas will help you nurse her through the usual illnesses of the first year.

  • Sleep problems


    Once your baby is six months old, you can teach him to fall asleep alone by putting him in his cot when he is drowsy but still awake.

  • Going back to work


    One of the most difficult decisions many mums make after the birth of their baby is whether to return to work or stay at home.

  • You and your partner


    Making time for one another as well as your baby can help you stay close and support each other through the responsibilities of parenthood.

  • Yum yum! First tastes


    Somewhere around six months, your baby may show signs that she is ready to try solid food.

  • Your six month old


    Your baby will love to copy the sounds you make, and will be delighted if you copy him, too. Here we look at ways to play with your baby.

  • Feeding a six month old


    Your baby will be trying her first taste of solids about now. Soon she will be ready to try quite a range of new foods and you can then experiment with different flavours.

  • Minding the baby


    When you go back to work, you want and need child care that's right for you, and that you can trust absolutely. Here's what you need to think about.

  • Teething


    Your baby's first teeth will probably come through at around six months, but there may be lots of dribble before they appear! Here's what to expect and when.

  • Your seven month old


    Your baby is learning new skills every day, and so are you! This month it's time to plan ahead, get in touch and have a safety sweep.

  • Feeding a seven month old


    Your baby may enjoy picking up foods and even playing with the spoon herself. Make foods lumpier and more textured, if you think your baby can cope with them.

  • Your eight month old


    Your baby will have a developmental assessment around now. We tell you what your health visitor is looking for.

  • Feeding your eight month old


    Feeding your eight month old

  • It has to be you


    Around the age of eight months, some babies become very clingy. It can feel as if he's attached to you with Velcro, as he never wants to leave your side.

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