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It's A Girl | Sew Some Sweetness

Two weeks ago, something extraordinarily special happened!  Baby Greer was born!  A tiny bundle of heavenly.  And Joel and I became grandparents for the third glorious time!

“Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.” ******
                                                   

Of course, all this preciousness inspires creativity, and we have been preparing for that creativity by making sure we are adding new infant patterns to our site.  Create the look you have always loved for special babies in your life. Make it with love!

 As I have mentioned, I am a slightly out of control multi-tasker. While rocking my granddaughter and planning our next creative project, I am also thinking about the day she begins to eat solid foods.  Naturally, the parents of our granddaughter plan to grow their own farm-to-table baby food, all organic and made in tiny little batches for a healthy start to life. Surely! :)    

But, if 'life' gets in the way of growing it, I am sure they will prepare it, so I am on the search for a stellar baby food cookbook.  If you have suggestions, post a note!  There is no rush, she is only fourteen days old!  You have time to sew a few things first!

Sew some love!  Patsy

 

******credits: Elizabeth Stone



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  • Karen Cox on

    Congratulations, she is beautiful! Babies are such a blessing.

  • Katie on

    The book “Sage Spoonfuls” has wonderful recipes which are organized by age group making it easy to use them at the right time for baby’s development. The recipes are super easy and they have an entire food prep kit you can buy with containers and a small food processor/blender that we love! Congratulations on that sweet girl and have a great time with her!

  • Eleanor on

    Beautiful and precious ! God bless you.

  • Debbie Cooper on

    What a bundle of joy! She is beautiful. Enjoy all the fun times now that you are retired!

  • Barbara on

    Hello there I applaud them for wanting to make their own food. And there are plenty of baby foods out there.
    Try thinking outside the box. Blanch carrots, peas, apples, or most any basic veggies. A small food processor works great. Seal in jars or tiny reseal containers.
    Find organic source you like of canned veggies, or jarred veggies before child gets to finger food age. I never heated anything more than just to take chill off of veggies. Even better set them out ready for those eager fingers early to air warm. THE LESS COOKING more nutrition…and no salt. Those who say…MY CHILD WILL eat like me..are in trouble from get go. By introducing the veggies this way they “see the color” and taste the real veggie. Is easy. Baby’s do not need meat proteins , but getting them to eat bean proteins very early will benefit them greatly.
    Ask doctor about introducing soy milk as well as regular milk. Again the tastebuds will get used to it. Start healthy and one last thing. Before you ever go out to eat fill the baby up with veggies. They will be much less likely to want the sauced salty foods off your plate. I hope you enjoy your grandchild very very much.



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