There are a lot of things that as a mom I try to do myself. This was especially more true when my oldest was born. I made all her food, we cloth diapered exclusively. Now with my second, the luxury of those choices isn't quite as available to me. I have to work a little harder to keep up to speed. When it comes to food for my children, this is one area I can't just close my eyes and make a choice based solely on convenience or cost. Both my husband and I want to be very intentional. Neither of us had organic much on the radar until we started having children. Although we are not strictly organic, there are several foods and drinks that are must to us as we evaluate the effects and benefits.
That being said, me not making my own purees and finger foods, I am so thankful to have been introduced to Love Child Organics. We got to sample several of the pouches they have created and I was quite satisfied giving them to Henry. They are so much more than the basic "banana + apple" purees. I actually feel like I'm giving my son real food, especially because they have a line for babies 8+ months that has lots of super grains and whole milk added.
All of the love child line is 100% organic, non-GMO, minimally processed, completely sugar and salt free, with no fillers or artificial preservatives. I mean, it's one of those things I always have in my bag so I really can pull it out without a worry.
Right now you can find Love Child Organics in wall-mart stores and several other grocers. I'm excited to see it start hitting other high traffic stores too.
You can find out more about Love Child Organics and find a retailer near you on their site. Also stop by their blog or find them on instagram / Facebook to stay up to date with news, contests, and healthy kid friendly recipes.
Oh! and one more note: not just for little kids! These are delicious purees that you won't mind "cleaning up" the leftovers. And they can make a great quick nutritious snack for older kids/adults with delicate food needs like celiac or additive allergies!
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