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    Default Target sale catalogue

    Targets latest catalogue has a Bellini baby food maker. It steams/blends/warms/defrosts for $69 save $70. Anyone have one? Is it any good? Expecting my 2nd bub & would really like the whole starting solids thing to be a little less time consuming.
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    Have you heard of baby led weaning? No need for purees.

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    Yes I have, but prefer to start with purees

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    For the price I would give it a shot. If its no good at least it's covered by the warranty. I paid more than that for a blender to do it.

    Personally baby led weaning does not interest me in the slightest and I made all my babies food and still do. I know they are getting the right amounts and they love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bressar View Post
    Yes I have, but prefer to start with purees
    That's fine, I figure you would have if you hang out on bubhub but thought I'd ask anyway just in case you hadn't

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    [QUOTE=insanity;6735573

    Personally baby led weaning does not interest me in the slightest and I made all my babies food and still do. I know they are getting the right amounts and they love it! [/QUOTE]

    You still make all your babies food with BLW and as they feed themselves they get the right amounts of food too!

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    I wouldn't buy it.

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    Thanks with a toddler at my feet I figure I'll have even less time than the first time round - anything to make it easier!!

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    I wouldn't bother. My ds needed super thin purees & nothing I made suited him til 10 months of age (he'd choke on homemade purees). Then with my dd it's been the opposite - she didn't mind chunky puree (aka mash) from 7 months. I don't do BLW with her, but she's eaten a lot of finger food from early on and otherwise I've just mashed what we've had on the spot. Not really bothered with pureeing anything and storing it. I had fully planned on doing it and I thought I'd buy one of those machines and now I'm super glad I didn't bother.

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    I wouldn't bother with it personally i would just get a good stick blender i reckon they do much the same job and at least it's very handy when bub isn't on purees anymore


 

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