Homemade/ jarfoods?

Discussion in 'Feeding & Nutrition' started by mum&2girls, Dec 31, 2007.

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What do you feed your baby

  1. JARS?

  2. HOMEMADE?

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  1. mum&2girls

    mum&2girls Well-Known Member

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    just thought i would do a poll of what people feed there babies??? i use homemade food
     
  2. Flame

    Flame Well-Known Member

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    I give my boy jars as we dont eat healthily enough to give him our food.
     
  3. Becky&Willow

    Becky&Willow Well-Known Member

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    i give willow jar food but sometimes i will give her scrambled eggs with beans or pasta with a sauce and cheese, im not a very good cook and we dont eat healthy enough.
     
  4. kellie80

    kellie80 Well-Known Member

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    Nathan only had home made food till he was 9 months. Now he has both, usually a jar for dinner and home made for tea. He does prefer home-made though but I'm not a very adventureous cook and I wanted him to have a bit more variety.
     
  5. Redshoes

    Redshoes Well-Known Member

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    Jars mostly :D
     
  6. jools221181

    jools221181 Well-Known Member

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    Brody has a bit of both too! He usually has a jar for dinner and then has his tea with us. He has some homemade meals in the freezer if we are having something he can't have!
     
  7. trixipaws

    trixipaws Well-Known Member

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    there isnt a "both" answer, i think i use about 60/40 or 70/30 jars/home-made, so ill vote jars
     
  8. mummykay

    mummykay Well-Known Member

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    homemade, never had anythin out of a jar

    its not cos i think theyre bad, it just never crossed my mind lol :think: :lol:
     
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    lella Well-Known Member

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    I give Evan Homemade and jars. boots do these really good organic varieties which include gluten and egg free ingredients. I tend to give him the jars when we are out and about as i freeze his homemade food in batches.
     
  11. Misslarue

    Misslarue Well-Known Member

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    HOMEMADE
    I did start Dan on hipps as to develop his tastes. Now he eats anything I make all his food. For one thing its cheaper! :wink: but also as I'm on slimming world I eat lots of fish, fresh fruit and veg so I know he's getting a healthy varied diet.
    I do buy jars for when we go out though as its easier to take with you and I buy those carrot crunchy stick things as he loves them!!
     
  12. Fiona

    Fiona Well-Known Member

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    Grace has only ever had homemade - I find it so easy - especially as she is older now and can eat whatever we eat...........
     
  13. cloud9

    cloud9 Well-Known Member

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    Dylan has both hr also mostly has packet porridge for breakfast

    his favorite is petit felous and bread with dairylea he would live on that alone given a choice
     
  14. Minxy

    Minxy Well-Known Member

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    Both. Probably 80/20%

    I couldn't have fed him exclusively on jars. I wouldn't eat exclusively out of jars, and I tried to bring him up to eat as part of the family table asap.

    I always viewed them as convenience food. Completely safe and can be nutritious, so Stanley ate them when it was convenient. If we were out, if I was too tired to cook tea...................just like we eat convenience food really.

    From the age of 6 months he refused anything sloppy anyway :roll:
     

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