How To Make Homemade Baby Food Pouches
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HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE BABY FOOD POUCHES
I knew from day ONE when I found out that I was pregnant again that I was going to make my own baby food this time around.
I prepped, researched, and prepared for that milestone when my baby would be able to have his first feeding.
When my son reached six months, I pulled my baby bullet out of storage and began preparing my son fresh homemade meals. I loved it! However, I was missing that convenience of feeding on the go as I had with my first son. He was jarred and pouched food fed, and I LOVED the pouches because he was able to feed himself before he knew how to use a spoon, which came in handy at times I needed to feed him but my hands were full.
I can’t remember how I found out about the Infantino fresh squeeze station, but I am happy I did. It is super convenient, and my son receives fresh feedings on the go. The pouches are super easy to make, and the station is easy to clean.
My son is 14 months, and I still love my squeeze station. I can see myself using this well into his toddler years because most toddlers love fruit pouches. It will be an excellent way to allow my toddler to receive the fruits and veggie servings he needs daily.
If you are considering making your child’s food I HIGHLY recommend this gadget.
Nothing feels better than knowing my little one is receiving FRESHLY made food.
Have you tried this gadget?