Superfood For Your Tiny Human Delivered? YES, PLEASE
7 monthes ago - By Scary Mommy
Having a baby is a full-time job. They explore constantly, rarely sleep through the night, and for some reason, are always crawling toward the most dangerous objects in the house.
When my baby was ready to start eating solids, I wanted to get it RIGHT. So I began researching how to make my own baby food. But with literally millions of sites full of conflicting info, I had no idea what to do. No, Janet, no one wants your tater tot casserole purée.
Plus, time is my most precious resource as a mom, and hitting a million stores to get all the right fresh, organic ingredients wasn't going to...
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