Day: Saturday
Dates: 7th October 2017
Time: 3:00pm – 4.30pm

When breast milk is no longer enough to meet the nutritional needs of the infant, complementary foods should be added to the diet of the child. The transition from exclusive breastfeeding to family foods is referred to as complementary feeding and covers the period from 6 months to 18-24 months of age, and is a very vulnerable period. Delay or failure to fully transition could lead to stunting of growth and malnutrition.
As a mum, you need to be well informed to navigate this transitional period as well as you can. There are many questions Mums have about the best food to start with, drinks to give (or not to), quantities to give during weaning, feeding time-tables amongst others. This session will adress all the issues above and seek to put you at ease as you prepare to transition your baby. Do come prepared with your questions and learn practical things you can do to make this process as informative and as practical as possible.

We have practical and useful information available through our link on site on complementary feeding and useful guidelines via this link Our information will help you navigate matters such as unsafe foods to give your baby, hardening of baby’s stool upon weaning, baby-led weaning, whether to give mashed foods or not amongst other information. Through the site, you can also download useful links such as a guide for giving solid foods available the link here. You can also search our Question and Answer database that has Commonly Asked Questions on feeding matters that have already been addressed by the Duola and get the opportunity to ask any questions you might have.

Burping Cloths.
Did you know
know that Baby Banda has burping cloths that are available in different colours? Our burping cloths are made from absorbent fabric that is perfect for messy spillages. They are packed in sets of three (3), are affordable and now available for purchase. You could read more about this product and order via this link