Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Busy Bee!

Yesterday, I was a busy little bee! I made 50 containers of food for Matthew! These included apples, bananas. carrots, green beans, pears, and sweet potatoes.

A great spot for finding recipes for home-made baby food is www.wholesomebabyfood.com. There is a recipe for just about anything you would want to make your little one! The recipes are simple and a great way to make sure that your baby has all the nutrients he/she needs. Home-made baby food is preservative-free AND easy on the budget.

The organic baby food I bought for Matthew was $1.05/container. He eats three containers/day = $3/day. I spent $20 yesterday and have food for a month! That is savings of approximately $60/month! Not bad...

I also managed to have time for creating a new blog (will post address soon), designed/ordered business cards, made dinner for Jeff/I, grocery shopping, playing with Matthew, taking Matthew for a walk, laundry, knitting, AND a work out! Today, I need to get moving and finish the tasks on my "to-do" list. Can't wait!

5 comments:

Angie said...

How in the world did you do all that in one day!? I'm all for productivity, but that sounds highly impossible while taking care of a baby!
I'm thrilled about the baby food. We ought to get together and do that or each make certain veggies and exchange.

Jacqueline said...

We definetely will have to get together for a baby food-o-rama! I will check and see how long baby food can keep in the freezer.

patty said...

WoW! I can see why you didn't hear the phone! Good job supermom! Matthew will be smacking his lips eating all that gooood homemade food.

Reena said...

Wow I didn't realize how much you can save making baby food! I may have to try it in 5-6 months. I would also like to go organic on baby food. Did you have to buy all organic veggies/fruit?

Jessica said...

SUPER MOM!