Tallulah is still not really down with the food, which is a shame because I love making her pureed goodness. As I mentioned in a previous post I am obsessed with my blender/steamer my mum gave me! I know she will soon love chomping on my golden goodness food so I am not worried.
Ross and I have decided we want to steer clear of any processed foods for Tallulah as she grows up for as long as possible. I really want her to have healthy eating habits and not have to battle with weight issues like I do. I know my weight issues stem from having PCOS and I actually eat really well but I think it would make life a lot more sunny if my little girl didn't have to fight this battle and I think if she wasn't exposed to processed foods its a good foundation. I am really passionate about this and I am trying to educate everyone in Tallulah's life that this is the way I'd like to raise her. Its deeming to be a little tricky but I am sure my message will eventually get through!
However, I am not going to be a nazi about it, I mean everything is okay in moderation so things like birthday parties, Christmas and other special occasions I know there is going to sweet treats for Lula to chomp but thats okay by me as its part of being a kid and having fun.
A friend was telling me about a baby mama she knows who has raised her babies the way I'd like to see Lula grow. Her babies get excited about grapes and yoghurt and think its a super treat if they get a strawberry! So cute. So right! I am also going to buy a soda stream this week, one of my friends has one and its superb and so much fun! And, seriously I can't wait to pack her little Miffy lunchbox full of fun and healthy treats!
Have you got any grand plans about feeding your babies?