A Seamless Start to Solid Foods
For Ages 6+ Months
Our infant course provides expert guidance so you can safely and confidently introduce solid foods to your baby.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by introducing solid foods to your little one?
You're not alone, and we’re here to help!
Our Infant Course gives you clear, easy-to-follow instructions for:
- Starting solid foods using Baby-led Weaning, or infant self-feeding.
- Transitioning from spoon-feeding to self-feeding
- Guidance for all the challenges you and your little one might encounter, because not every baby adapts to solid food effortlessly
- Baby-led Weaning Food Guide
- Baby’s First Grocery List
- Meal Plan
- Cooking Crash Course
- Choking Hazards
- “It Takes a Village” printable for grandparents and daycare providers
- …and more.
Judgment-Free Expert Advice:
Get guidance from renowned experts—dietitian Megan McNamee MPH, RDN, and feeding therapist Judy Delaware OTR/L, CLC—who understand your concerns.
Learn on Your Terms:
Our course offers flexibility. Watch, read, or listen to it podcast-style—whichever suits your busy schedule.
30-Day Money Back Guarantee:
We believe in the value our course provides. If you're not satisfied within 30 days, we'll refund your purchase.
Unlimited On-Demand Access:
Access the course anytime, anywhere, and revisit it as often as you like.
Exclusive Community Access:
Join our Clients Only Facebook Group to connect with parents who share your journey. It's a safe space for questions, tips, and encouragement.
We recommend starting solids around 6 months of age, so taking the course around 5 months is ideal. However, since it doesn’t expire you can purchase it much earlier than that to use when you’re ready.
If your baby is older than 6 months but is not yet self-feeding, the course is great for you to learn how to transition from purees/baby food to finger foods.
If your baby is 10 months or older and is already self-feeding, it’s time for our Toddler & Kid course.
The core content of the course is 2 hours long. Additional sections like troubleshooting, smart spoon feeding and cooking methods take up to 1.5 additional hours if taken in their entirety, but many clients do not need all of the content in this course. To customize your learning experience and cut down on run time, the Infant Course can be watched as videos, listened to podcast-style or read as a script.
Bite-sized steps that you can watch as a video, read like an article or listen to podcast-style. At the beginning of each step, you'll find a summary of what's covered so you can tailor your experience to only the info you need. The videos are closed-captioned.
Our Infant Course focuses on self-feeding and BLW, as well as how to transition off purees if you have been spoon-feeding and how to offer pureed foods/baby foods in a way your baby can feed them to themselves. We believe that parents have to do what’s comfortable, and for some families that means starting with purees on a loaded spoon before transitioning to pieces of food. Our course helps you understand what’s safe, what foods to offer babies, how to handle milk feeds, and more.
Babies born prematurely may show readiness signs for solid foods at a different age than babies born full-term. We recommend that parents of premature infants talk with their pediatrician and therapists about readiness cues and how to safely begin feeding given their specific medical or developmental needs. Many premature infants have utilized our Infant Course successfully!
Our course focuses on self-feeding solid foods. “Weaning” in the term Baby-led Weaning is all about introducing solids, not weaning from the breast or bottle. Our Infant Course also includes an ebook that can help you wean from the breast or bottle when you and your baby are ready.
Absolutely! Our course helps you move toward successful self-feeding, no matter what texture your baby eats now. In our Troubleshooting and Smart Spoon-feeding sections, we talk all about how to transition babies off of spoon-feeding and purees. Baby struggling to transition? We also detail a Texture Graduation Protocol that can help.