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Weaning

Weaning is what happens as you stop breastfeeding your baby or toddler. Find out here how to start weaning your child to a bottle or cup.

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Weaning your toddler

Weaning is what happens when you stop breastfeeding your child and they start to drink from a cup. The process of weaning a toddler can be a little different from weaning a baby.

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Weaning at 6 Months | Tresillian

Babies start weaning when they begin consuming foods other than breastmilk. For advice on weaning check out Tresillian's tip page.

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Weaning for older children | Raising Children Network

Is it time for weaning for your toddler or preschooler? How you wean is up to you, but it helps to take things slowly and give your child cuddles and comfort.

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Weaning: stopping breastfeeding | Raising Children Network

Whether weaning is led by you or baby, you can make the process of stopping breastfeeding easier if you take it slowly to start with. Get more tips.

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Introducing solids to complement breastfeeding and weaning

Breastfeeding, starting solids and weaning should occur at particular stages of a babys development. Exclusive breastfeeding until 6 months and introducing solids gradually thereafter is recommended for most babies, but there are exceptions to these baby feeding rules.

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Night weaning & phasing out night feeds | Raising Children Network

There’s no hurry to phase out night feeds, but night weaning and phasing out night feeds might be an option once your baby is about six months old. Read more.

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Weaning toddlers | Australian Breastfeeding Association

Breastmilk continues to provide both nutrition and immune benefits for toddlers and older children. Many mothers find that breastfeeding provides their child with the emotional security that ends up being one of the most important parts of their feeding relationship. It lets their child outgrow infancy at their own pace.

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Weaning and introducing solids | Australian Breastfeeding Association

How long should I breastfeed my baby?

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How to wean off formula supplements | Australian Breastfeeding Association

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