If you're starting baby-led weaning, then it's ideal to have plenty of finger food ideas in your arsenal that are healthy and yummy.
Before introducing finger foods to your little one, you'll naturally have some questions...
Julie Clark, a nutritionist and author of Baby Led Weaning Step By Step reveals her top finger food ideas for weaning...
Here's a list of all the best baby led weaning starter foods that your baby will love...
Avoid giving your baby any foods that could be choking hazards - such as grapes or nuts. Also, remember never to leave your baby alone when they are feeding. Once your baby has learnt to use a pincer grip (where they will hold the food between their fingers and thumb) you can introduce berries and raisins or peas.
Remember that for your baby, food is fun, so they are likely to spend a lot of time playing with their food before they eat it. Don't worry, this is normal.
Use food that is easy to pick up like some of the options above. Read more top tips when it comes to successful baby-led weaning here
Try and offer your baby a variety of different foods but don't overwhelm them.
Before you start baby-led weaning, it's important to understand the NHS advice when it comes to weaning your six-month-old baby with solid food.
Wait until your baby is ready - before you start baby led weaning your baby should be able to stay in a seated position and hold their head steadily. They should be able to look at food and hold it themselves and be able to swallow the food.
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