Mum KNOWS BEST TO HELP OUR PANEL OF MUMS IS HAPPY

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Iso­bel Roberts, 21, mum to Olivia Rose, two, and Aurora, 16 months, says, ‘You could try of­fer­ing your milk in a cup or beaker dur­ing the day, and then once she’s es­tab­lished drink­ing this way, start us­ing a cup for the night feeds, too. This should help to stop clus­ter feed­ing.’

Katy Meany, 32, mum to James, 20 months,

says, ‘From 10 months I did a bit of baby-led wean­ing, and it did en­cour­age my boy to pick up foods and eat more. I’d also sug­gest ex­per­i­ment­ing with con­sis­ten­cies in­stead of just flavours.’

Jas­mine New­bury, 25, mum to Tommy, nine, and Lu­ci­aLily, 18 months,

says, ‘Try to work out if the night feeds are about hunger or com­fort, then you can adapt your daugh­ter’s feed­ing plan to suit. You can also add some breast milk to your purées to make it taste more fa­mil­iar.’

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