Tinned/canned baby food.
I used to steam/puree/cook/puree all my kids food - it's for one cheaper and it's real food! It doesn't take long - I would do it on Saturdays - I worked full time. I wouldn't eat meat from a can - why would I expect my child to? Freeze it in portions, put it in the baby bag frozen, it defrosts over the day.
Is it a time thing? A confidence thing? A pure convenience thing? Don't hate me!
Is it on the same level as baby formula? I'm not a going on a pro-breastfeeding rant here because truth is breastfeeding a 4 kilo baby who didn't want breast milk categorically and breastfeeding twins, which I did do for the initial months - formula saved my life. I suppose the difference it is about what's feasible...? Double standard?
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