A roadshow is coming to Watford to help parents move their young children from milk to solid food.
Research, carried out by baby food brand Piccolo shows that nearly half of all parents (48 per cent) fear they are doing something wrong when it comes to introducing their babies to proper food.
The aim of the roadshow is to help get parents by encouraging, supporting and teaching them how to feed their babies in the best and most nutritious ways.
The morning will be centred on a free workshop with infant nutrition specialist Alice Fotheringham, who will talk about weaning myths, as well as offering tricks and recipes for feeding little ones.
Following the class, Gymboree Play & Music UK will host a special food-themed family play session for all the babies, while their parents can ask Alice any questions they have over a cup of tea.
Talking about the upcoming events, Alice Fotheringham said: “It is always fantastic to chat to parents directly and help inspire and encourage.
“Weaning can be a daunting time for new families, but with some simple tips it can be a really positive and happy time.”
The event will be held at Tesco in Watford on May 24.
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