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Issue 50 / December 2012

A hugger or a tiger mother: battle of the baby-rearing strategies

A series of new books is likely to open up fresh controversy about the way we bring up our children; some demanding strict, regimented parenting, others a more laid-back approach

The hapless mother who innocently mashed up some sweet potato last week, before sliding a spoonful into the mouth of a six-month-old, is now at the centre of national controversy. Although this woman (for it probably was a woman) might have believed she was following up-to-date weaning advice by giving her child their first taste of solid food, it turns out she was wrong. Parents should give their children "solids" from the end of their fourth month, according to an edict from British child health experts.

From: Books: Books + News | guardian.co.uk

Sunday, 16 January, 2011

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