Baby Weaning Chart - UPDATED 2017
A little over five years ago I was in the middle of introducing solid foods to my first child and found the amount of information on the topic to be a bit overwhelming. As a graphic designer (and mom who needs a feeling of control) I decided to summarize everything I found about baby weaning into an organized infographic. Since posting the first version of this chart back in 2012, I have received an overwhelming response from readers who had been looking for something to help them in their…
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