Sweet Potatoes (Part 2: Testing)

August 31, 2011

Kids, Our Videos, Solids

I alluded to this on Monday when I posted Sweet Potatoes (Part 1: Recipe & Prep), but this new taste treat was very well received.

To be honest, I’m not at all surprised being that I couldn’t help but enjoy this mashed up goodness alongside Abigail (which I most definitely cannot say about her other solids) – it was so sweet and delicious (which also makes sense being that they’re called Sweet Potatoes)…

Here’s a little video for your viewing pleasure:

Yum, Yum!

All I have to say is that if you’ve been trying some veggies that your little one isn’t too crazy about, reward them with some Sweet Potatoes – it’s a much more pleasurable experience…for everyone!

Here are some resources for you if you’d like to learn more about Starting Solids:

  1. Starting Solids (General Guidelines)
  2. PDF: Sample Schedule for Starting Solids
  3. Storing Baby Food (using ice cube trays)

Have fun and as always, let me know if you have any questions!


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4 Comments on “Sweet Potatoes (Part 2: Testing)”

  1. Jackie G Says:

    Thanks for the PDF guidelines. We just started solids. I’m going to go through your past blog posts.


    • 7x7xMommy Says:

      my pleasure! I’m glad you’re able to find it helpful!! :) I’m glad I made it as well because it’s been super helpful with Baby Mac :)



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