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01/26/2011

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Alisha

Good for you! Good food is so important! We just bought a 1/2 grass-fed beef and it is SO yummy! The Feeding Baby Green book talks about exposing them to all sorts of food during this period. Sounds like you're right on track! Our kids have all eaten similarly to Sylvie and they are more willing to try new things and like things other kiddos don't. They all love broccoli and last night the boys ate some cabbage slaw that I was surprised they enjoyed. Keep up the good work! Do you have a hand blender? I didn't have one until E and I LOVED it!

Randalin

I am SO with you on this! We are the same way in my family - we put all extra dollars (and there aren't many!) in our food budget so we can have fresh, local, and good quality food. We've also been blessed with a baby that loves to try different things and has taken well to different spices. Many people have commented that will all change when he reaches toddlerhood, but I can't help but think "If you don't want a kid that only eats goldfish crackers, maybe you just shouldn't feed them junk at all." Could it be that simple? Who knows - for now I'm just happy to have a little guy that loves food just as much as his parents.

sara

I have a great hand blender and LOVE it. I use it to make big batches of food to freeze for her. When I'm just pureeing up a little of what we're eating I use our Magic Bullet. It works fantastic and the cup is small enough to feed her straight from it.

sara

I think for some kids it really could be that simple. I guess we'll both just have to wait and see!

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