food. Honestly, how is that even
possible? I swear I just had Lucy a
couple weeks ago. No? Oh, yeah, I guess it was the end of last
year. Baby’s first food is such a
all of them! Baby food seemed like a
relatively easy thing to make at home, just mash it up and there you go. But, the issue for me, is when we leave the
house. Yes, it is possible to bring
something with you, but it can get messy and complicated, and honestly, leaving
the house with three children is complicated enough; I don’t want to make it
more complicated when I am trying to feed my baby.
organic line. You can find it at Babies “R”
Us, Kroger and Wegmans retailers.
ingredients. I want something that is
using the minimal amount of pesticides possible. If I can’t grow it myself, I want to know
that it has gone through the hoops of becoming certified organic.
approach as moms everywhere; creating a line of baby food that is as flavorful,
and healthy, as what we make at home.
the USDA-certified organic seal – which shows me that it doesn’t contain GMO’s. The colors are bright and vibrant and remind
me of the foods that I prepare at home already.
well. Since we are just starting out, we
like the Just Sweet Potatoes, but there are other varieties as well – Just Apples,
Just Carrots, Just Pears, Apple Pumpkin & Granola, and Butternut Squash
Black Bean & Cumin.
excess water or artificial preservatives.
It doesn’t cook away the nutrients which is oh so important. I want the food that goes into my children to
be healthy and nutritious. They are
letting the fruits and veggies shine!
I think the fact that they use the gentle cooking process, it improved on the smell of the baby food. It smelled just like my own sweet potatoes do though, so it seemed like a good alternative to me. I did try a bit, and it seemed to taste like regular mashed up sweet potatoes. I love that it was like feeding what I would normally make.
littlest one, I think that color and texture are important – as is the
smell! All of which were pleasant for me
as the parent, and sometimes I think that is a more important gauge than
whether or not it is spit out (baby’s first food people!). I’m sure that my little one is less concerned
about what color the food is, and more about the texture and taste which seemed
to be good for me!
When you are giving a first food, you expect it to be spit out, but, there weren’t any unpleasant faces, just the pure wonderment of what the heck I was giving her!
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