Baby led weaned babies are so expensive to produce, so many parents are opting to have the babies for themselves.
The demand is high and the supply is not great, but it is making the price of the babies high too.
Now, there is a new report that shows that the prices of baby led-weaning babies have been on the rise for the last two years.
News24 asked some of the leading experts on the topic, and they all agreed that the increase in demand has been increasing the price significantly.
Baby led- weaning can be a lucrative and rewarding career for parents, with a number of careers and a number in the industry now being advertised.
However, with the increase of demand, the prices for the babies have increased substantially.
The baby led nursery in Sydney has a wholesale price tag of around $13,000, which is the equivalent of around half the average salary for a nursery worker.
The average wage for a childcare worker in the NSW area is around $18,000 a year, but the average price of baby lead weaning babies is around three times higher.
The biggest increase in prices came from the sale of baby bred for adoption, which can be up to $4,000.
The industry was also hit by the cost of vaccinations for newborns.
These costs are estimated to be between $5,000 and $10,000 in Sydney alone.
Baby bred for adopters are not only expensive, they can also be difficult to produce.
There are currently no national guidelines on when the newborns should be bred, and many parents do not know where the baby will be born, which means the baby is unable to nurse properly.
The Australian Paediatric Society says that this is an urgent issue and that parents need to be aware of what they are putting their babies through in order to get the best outcome.