Baby Food

Jo - posted on 03/03/2011 ( 6 moms have responded )

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Will you be making pureed food for the baby when they're old enough to start eating it or will you be buying the pre-jarred food? If you're going to be making it yourself, will you make a whole bunch before hand and have it prepared, or will you make it as you go? If you're buying pre-jarred, will you stock up or buy it as you need it?

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Melissa - posted on 04/05/2011

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I used store bought with my older son but then I made my own with my daughter. He never would eat his and I wasted so much money but my daughter always did really well with hers. So I am going to try making it again.
And yes my older son has always been a picky eater so it could just be purely coincidence that he wouldn't eat the jarred food. He probably wouldn't have ate the homemade either

Rachel - posted on 03/18/2011

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i had twins and made all of their food except for the meat it was really hard so thin like the jar food so i bought the meat for them. i just made huge batches and again like everyone else froze in ice cube trays and then put in bags. ill do the same for this baby but i found these baby food cubes that you can freeze the puree in but they are microwave safe so they are great for travelling, ill probably buy a few of those too

Danielle - posted on 03/07/2011

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I made all our baby food for our Daughter it was super easy and i just made it up at the beginning of the week a froze it in ice cube trays then transferred it to baggies. i plan on making it again with this baby too. it is cheaper then buying pre-made baby food.

Jo - posted on 03/04/2011

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That's what I plan on doing too, Danielle. I bought ice cube trays specifically for baby food lol

Danielle - posted on 03/04/2011

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we made it to start with but in the end after a few moinths we went to jar food, and she liked it alot better, but the first foods i think are better to make yourslef, we made batches and froze it in ice cube trays then popped it in zip lock bags

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