I’ve mentioned how Hailey (now at 8 months old) is eating some serious meals. I feel like I spend my whole day feeding her between solids and nursing, but I love it. I’m still fascinated at the thought that she is a little human and eating real food. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that she continues to be a good little eater!
Baby cakes, made with whole wheat flour, egg, almond milk, chia seeds, cinnamon and blueberries (organic).
I tried the Shakeology sample I was sent, and YUM. I didn’t add as much liquid as it called for, just some almond milk, 1/2 a frozen banana and a spoonful of peanut butter, so it turned out thick and exactly like chocolate pudding. It was freaking delicious, and more impressively kept me full.
Shredded chicken (organic, free-range), broccoli (frozen organic), and grape tomatoes (organic).
*I’m only noting organic items because people ask, not because I think it must all be organic. I strive to feed Hailey organic when I can (which is usually at home), but don’t think all organic all the time is feasible for us.
I love barley. I made a large batch to eat this week and this bowl consists of massaged kale, barley, roasted carrots, roasted zucchini, roasted onions, grape tomatoes and herb goat cheese, drizzled with Newman’s Light Balsamic (my go-to dressing).
Plus a slice of toasted sourdough, topped with broccoli slaw and shredded BBQ chicken.
Pre-Yoga Mom Snack
Apple cinnamon Chobani with dried pomegranate seeds and LOVE Grown granola.
I love that David goes with me when he can. He jokes about his chi and his practice, but there’s no denying that it feels darn good!
Roasted carrots (organic) and zucchini (organic) with spinach and cheese whole wheat ravioli.
Grilled salmon with lemon and fresh dill from the backyard (it grows wild and like a weed!), roasted carrots and onions, sautéed kale and lemon orzo with spinach and tomatoes.
Peaches (local, not organic). The peaches, blueberries and watermelon I’ve gotten lately has been so, super summery sweet! It’s like baby crack. Hailey can down a ridiculous amount of it.
Now keep growing, garden, because I need some help supplementing all the produce!
Any baby food questions?