Remember that your child does not need ‘tasty food’ as they have no idea what that is, so keep it plain and bland in the begining. It’s really all abou the textures more than the taste in the first 2 months.
Every child is different. Don’t panic if it takes them a while – they will get it eventually. Just ask, praise and encourage, and when you eventually migrate to the toilet, get them a step to make it easier for them.
Remember, babies don’t differentiate between mum and dad. They just want warmth, security and comfort, and will take it from anyone! Apart from breastfeeding, there is nothing a mother can do that a dad can’t do, so don’t feel inferior.
My first pregnancy was not all that first pregnancies are meant to be.
Basically, I struggled a lot.
Not because I was pregnant, or because I was ill, or too big, or any of the normal complaints.
Simply because I was pregnant.