Sometimes a recipe calls for chopped onions, and you’ve only got onion powder. Or maybe it calls for parsley flakes, but you only have fresh parsley. Most of the time it’s okay to substitute one for the other, but how do you know how much to use?
I’m not going to tell you that a baby should have NO caffeine, ever. And I’m not going to tell you that you should give your baby soda or coffee!
Let me break it down a little bit. There are just a couple of places where a baby might consume a little bit of caffeine!
“Weaning” means to introduce solids. It doesn’t necessarily mean that’s when you’d stop nursing.
“Baby Led” means that the baby leads the way. That means you never put food in your baby’s mouth. You don’t spoon feed. You don’t “top up” after feeding solids. You simply offer your baby some food, and he eats what he wants.