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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

NEWS: Junior Gourmet

I absolutely marveled when my sister was weaning her wee boy onto solids!

The array of fine dining foods was scary and I found out my small baby nephew was eating pureed butternut squash - I've never eaten it - have you! (I have and its b-e-a-utiful! - Al)

Whilst I would love to say I wish I had the time to do such things my sister is a superwoman and a wondermum. She manages to work from home full-time and still bring up my adorable nephew!

Now for the rest of us mere mortals I have good news of healthy organic solutions.

From Daylesford Organic we hear they have launched a delicious new range of apple, banana, carrot, pea AND even butternut squash purees to delight your little one's taste buds.

Another lovely bunch called Mums4 offer an excellent range of organic fruit purees with no additives and with the stress taken out.

If you (like my big sis) want to raise your little 'un on super foods check out Plum Baby (available at Sainsbury's). Even the packaging is sophisticated (although plastic - grrr) and reading the information makes me hungry.

Green hugs


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