Feeding baby at the sitters

Angela - posted on 02/17/2015 ( 7 moms have responded )

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What kinds of food do you send to the babysitters? My daughter is 13 months and eats regular food, I'm having a hard time knowing what to send. Without the babysitter have to cook anything, what do i send?

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Victoria - posted on 02/18/2015

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banana bread, or healthy muffins, i got this book called Deceptively Delicious and it has a lot of recipes that are healthy but seem normal and yummy, i havent tried them yet (my baby's barely 3 months) but basically pack what you would give her if she was with you.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 02/17/2015

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Pasta, cheese cubes, fruit cut up, yogurt, easy things. Cheerios, crackers, try to stay as healthy as possible. I would prefer to pack my own food to know that my kids were being fed what is healthy and good for them.

Angela - posted on 02/17/2015

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Ok, i will have to mention it. No special diet or allergies. She's only watching my daughter for now but she's looking to care for more. Thanks so much for your input :)

Sarah - posted on 02/17/2015

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I would talk to her about it. Is she just watching your child or does she watch other kids also? To me that is part of babysitting or watching the child is that once they get on table food then the sitter provides the food (unless there are allergies and the child is on a special diet).

Angela - posted on 02/17/2015

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She's never offered, I've told her I'm having a hard time with knowing what to send but she's never said anything about her providing them

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