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  • KiddieBobs Review: Silicone Bear Placemat, Silicone Baby Food Storage Containers, and Heat-Sensitive Baby Spoons
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    KiddieBobs Review: Silicone Bear Placemat, Silicone Baby Food Storage Containers, and Heat-Sensitive Baby Spoons

    I absolutely love using silicone products in my kitchen. Silicone is non-toxic, so I feel comfortable using silicone utensils and dishes with my children. Silicone is also non-stick, which makes cleanup a breeze. I additionally love that my kids can drop silicone kitchenware onto my ceramic tile floor without breaking the silicone or the floor. […] More

  • Kubzy Kidz Silicone Baby Food Storage Container Review
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    Kubzy Kidz Silicone Baby Food Storage Container Review

    When both my kiddos started eating solid foods at six months old, I introduced healthy fruits and vegetables through homemade baby that I lovingly prepared from whole produce. When out-and-about or traveling, my babies occasionally ate store-bought baby food, but I always preferred to make my own. When I first started making homemade baby food, […] More

  • Waiting Three to Five Days Between Introducing New Foods
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    Waiting Three to Five Days Between Introducing New Foods

    When you started introducing solid foods to your baby, did you follow the “wait X number of days between each new food” rule? Most sources that I have found online recommend waiting three to five days before introducing new foods. When my daughter was an infant, my nurse practitioner mentioned waiting three days between new […] More

  • Baby Food Recipes: Green Beans
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    Baby Food Recipes: Green Beans

    When my son started eating solid foods at six months old, I skipped the baby cereal and immediately introduced him to vegetables. I also opted to make my own baby food, which I personally consider easier, tastier, and cheaper than store bought varieties. In addition to sweet potatoes, one of the first baby foods that […] More

  • Baby Food Recipes: Acorn Squash and Banana
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    Baby Food Recipes: Acorn Squash and Banana

    When both my kiddos started eating solid foods, I introduced a variety of fruits and vegetables through homemade baby food. I particularly enjoyed cooking up fun food combos. One mixture that I created was acorn squash and banana. Acorn squash is very low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium. The vegetable is also a good […] More

  • Baby Food Recipes: Banana
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    Baby Food Recipes: Banana

    Because of the versatility of bananas, I often keep the fruit on my counter for my family to enjoy. Plus, when bananas start to turn black, I can make muffins from the mushy fruit. Bananas are also full of healthful nutrients, making the yellow fruit a perfect first food for baby. Bananas are very low […] More

  • Baby Food Recipes: Peas
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    Baby Food Recipes: Peas

    When both my kiddos started eating solid foods at exactly six months old, I immediately introduced vegetables and fruits through homemade baby food that I lovingly prepared in my kitchen. I personally find homemade baby purees and mashes easier, tastier, and cheaper than store bought varieties. In addition to sweet potatoes and green beans, one […] More

  • Baby Food Recipes: Purple Cauliflower
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    Baby Food Recipes: Purple Cauliflower

    My daughter loves picking out fun fruits and vegetables to try. Right before my son turned six months old, she picked out some purple cauliflower. Because I prefer to make my own homemade baby food, I set aside some of the cauliflower to turn into food for my new little eater. Cauliflower including purple cauliflower […] More

  • Homemade Avocado Baby Food in Silicone Ice Cube Trays
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    Baby Food Recipes: Avocado

    When my daughter first started eating solid foods at six months, avocado was the second food that I introduced. When my son turned six months old back in April, I also introduced him to avocado a few days after his first sweet potatoes. Avocados are very low in cholesterol and sodium. The green fruit is […] More

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