That is exactly what she's talking about, they're the worst because a lot of them are misleading, they have a high sugar content because of the fruit which is one labelled as vegetables is actually a higher percentage then the vegetables.
Honestly I've travelled with two kids often at night and often long distances and always found a better alternative then prepackaged baby food. Even when my son first started solids. We drove a 40 hour round trip with a 1 year old and a 2 year old and never fed them jarred food. I just don't think they are a good option nutritionally.
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10-06-2012 17:00 #41
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10-06-2012 17:08 #42
Not that this is an issue for us, he eats homemade 90% of the time anyway so I'm ok with the odd packaged pouch (that is not full of sugar or salt). But I'm curious to know ideas, as I often struggle to think of snacks/meals on the go. Bubs gets sick of eating race cakes and can't eat that as a proper dinner anyway!
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10-06-2012 20:37 #44
DS is only 9mths and not quite eating the types of foods you have reccomended yet. We have started BLW, but it's a very slow process! Add to that his allergies and it makes giving him 'our food' very difficult, soy is in everything. It's one of the reasons I do actually make the majority of his food.
Anyway, sorry OP for digressing your thread backing out now to start another thread!
11-06-2012 00:36 #45
Anyway, sorry OP for digressing your thread backing out now to start another thread![/QUOTE]
DS is nearly 7 months and we're moving from puree to blw so i have some similar concerns . No need sorry :-)
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