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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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Hey Ya'll! My name is Amy, I am a girl mom (times two), married to one of my favorite guys, a daughter, a Jesus follower and so much more. I love preworkout and a great sweat, I collect books like trophies, I love to cook but hate a dirty kitchen. I love grungy country music, bell bottom pants, turquoise (the mineral) and converses. Our house is full of love and laughter as we navigate this busy life together, focusing on keeping the important parts of life the biggest parts, and building a healthy and safe place in our family of four!