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employee36097 posted:
My son just turned a year old and was wanting to start weaning him from the bottle.
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atti_editor responded:
Hi employee36097,

This overview has some good tips for weaning a toddler off bottle-feeding that you might find helpful. This overview on introducing your baby to solid foods also has some information you might like to look through. Please let us know how you do!

Best wishes,
Atti


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