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9/24/15 3:52 P

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We didn't, but if we had another one, we may.

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4/6/15 12:09 P

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I'd like to, but would probably also end up with processed baby food for snacks or on the go. We'll see (hopefully!)



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4/1/15 11:29 A

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What an excellent idea to freeze the food! And of course, I hadn't thought of the fact that baby doesn't need baby food till six months! Ahhh the things I have yet to learn :) Cant wait!!!

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3/31/15 4:11 P

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Dani,
I have no yard for a garden, since hubby and I are in an apartment right now. I'd likely use purchased, mostly organic produce. My dad's business partner made her own baby food with their kids; she just pureed various veggies without any seasoning and froze it in ice-cube trays. When baby got hungry, she'd pop a couple of cubes in the microwave to thaw/warm up. I babysat for them when I was a teenager (their kids are a lot younger than my sister and me), and it was really easy for me to handle.

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3/31/15 9:50 A

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This is a great website to get started...
http://wholesomebabyfood.momtastic.com/

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3/31/15 9:19 A

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My daughter was born in November as well, but remember you won't need baby food for about 6 months, so it actually shouldn't work out too bad!

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3/31/15 8:50 A

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ooooh I've never thought about all of that. I would love to make my own! Will have to do some research! Baby will be born in November so not a good time for fresh anything from a Chicago garden... But I do like the idea of no preservatives, dyes, etc... has anyone done it before? I'll bet there are some good recipies for DIY'ers out there somewhere :)

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3/30/15 3:38 P

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I might try it out; it depends on how much we have going on when we have a baby. I'd love to make my own baby food because I can control what goes into the blender, and there won't be any chemical preservatives, added sugar, or dyes to worry about. If we were closer to home, my mom would probably volunteer to help me. She's got quite the garden!

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We do! It's easy and way cheaper...my sub eats a ton, he can go through 4 baby food containers in one sitting!

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3/30/15 9:22 A

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We're planning on it! Hopefully between our garden and my parent's garden we will have lots of yummy fruits and veggies to make into baby food for my daughter this summer! I'm going to have to figure out exactly what we need to do, though, because I have no idea!

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3/30/15 8:53 A

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Would you make your own baby food?

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