How To Wean Your Child
According to WHO, breastfeeding is one of the most effective ways to ensure child health and survival. It is recommended that breastfeeding should go on for a period of two years, at least. Irrespective of how long a mother is able to do so, there will always come a time when she would need to wean the baby.
A baby is considered ‘weaned’ when s/he gets all his\her nutrition from sources other than the mother’s mammary glands. Weaning a baby can be challenging especially when it is mother-led. It has to be as gradual as possible so that the baby can adjust to the new reality (eating solid foods, such as mashed fruits, vegetables etc.) at a measured pace.
As babies gradually come of age, weaning them becomes a necessary step to take: mothers may need to rest or return to work and the babies need to learn how to be less dependent.
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