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THE MOTHER, THE AUTHOR
Olivia Withall always had a love for cooking and tasting new cuisines when travelling abroad with her husband, but became even more passionate about using fresh ingredients to prepare nutritious food when weaning her boy/girl twins. Olivia was born in the UK to Malaysian parents and has a BA (Hons) degree in English Literature from Queen Mary, University of London. She went on to enjoy a successful career as a Legal PA at several international law firms before eventually starting her own hand-crafted homeware business and furthering her culinary skills. Olivia lives in Essex, UK with the twins and her husband, James.
Baby-Led Weaning for Busy Parents is an exciting and practical guide for parents looking to wean their baby onto solids. Containing over 40 recipes, Baby-Led Weaning for Busy Parents contains basics and home favourites like pasta bake to the more exotic, such as Caribbean chicken stew. View the 'time boost', 'effort boost', 'veggie boost' and 'alternative twist' features to tailor the recipes to as much or as little time as you have available. Also included are suggestions for foods while teething and a helpful food diary template to monitor your baby's weaning progress. Great quality food for your baby need not be compromised even with a busy schedule.