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First steps to weaning – a dodging tigers guide.

Weaning your baby is a major step for any parent. The difficulty of breast vs bottle seems to fade away when faced with the reality of a finding real food that is healthy, nutritious and that isn’t flatly rejected by your baby.

And that’s before you realise you now have to start bringing food with you everywhere. For those of us who breastfed this is a major revelation! It was much easier just to bring your boobs with you!

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One to One: An Alternative Midwifery Service

One to One is a private midwifery service that is paid for by the NHS. The NHS pays One to One for each woman that transfers her care over to them. The service started on the Wirral, Merseyside, but is currently being rolled out across the country. Pregnant women can self-refer to the service.

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