guest blogger: LaTayia Treff of The Treff Tribe
This is especially true if you buy a wide variety of foods for them other than just "chippies" (chips).
After realizing this, I took it upon myself to start making my son, Arthur’s food. On occasions, I will purchase emergency food and jars that I would not puree like Pumpkin or meat.
This might seem like a very long task to try to do every day, but that’s why I don’t do it every day. After trial and error, what works best for me is to work a week ahead.
I have a problem with procrastinating but I'm working on it. People think I’m a superwoman for raising 3 kids and still having time to maintain the house and make baby food, but the reasons to make it outweigh how I get it done.
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