Food News: Homemade food for wee ones
I missed the whole baby experience at the logical time for my biological clock but I'm making up for it now. Not only am I watching a little one a couple days a week, my niece is soon due to deliver the first of the next generation in my family. And topping everything off, when I opened my front door to get my mail on Wednesday I discovered two turtle dove fledglings huddled on my welcome mat and a just-out-of-the-nest robin chick snuggled down on the wide porch railing.
So it shouldn't have come as a surprise that in my e-mails came this request from Salli Wilson of West Chester. She wrote, "I am a big believer in cooking from scratch and eating healthy and I would like to do the same for my 1-year old. Are there any sites that offer nutritionally sound recipes for infants and toddlers?"
There are indeed and I'm sharing with you what I found for Salli. But I will caution you, as I did her, that before you decide to forgo commercial baby foods altogether, make sure you talk your decision over with your pediatrician (and possibly a good nutritionist).
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Posted by Jennifer at June 25, 2007 5:00 PM