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Recycle baby treat container

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This idea is great for recycling baby food containers!

Turn the containers into a fun bowling game for your little ones.

Start by peeling off the labels.

Then simply add stickers or draw numbers on the containers.

Have fun!

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Don’t be afraid!… Baby Mum-Mums

We were so apprehensive to give Kyler hard treats.

Not because we were scared of him getting blocked up but because they’re hard!

Maybe mainly becaus I was use to only giving him solids and that was the safe zone.

When we gave Kyler his first Baby Mum-Mum (rice biscuit) we tore it into a million small piece to make it easier to eat. This was totally unnecessary.

It’s like he’d been waiting for the treat, he knew exactly what to do!

Don’t be afraid but I’d still keep an eye on them while eating the treats. He did shove a lot in his mouth when he first started eating them, but a couple months later and he was a professional!

Here is some more valuable information on Baby-Mum-Mums… I’m a big fan!

Signs Your Baby Is Ready For Solid Foods

Signs of teething include increased chewing of toys, fingers and sides of cribs! Another sign of readiness is when your baby starts to use his pointer finger and thumb to pick objects up, which typically happens 7-9 months.

Since your baby does not have teeth yet, this is a great time to start on baby teething biscuits that dissolve easily.  Most pediatricians recommend starting with a single grain like rice as it is gluten free.  Other allergens to avoid in your baby’s first year include egg whites, wheat, citrus fruits, juices and peanuts.

Baby Mum-Mum Is A Good Choice for Growing Babies!

For a first solid food, Baby Mum-Mum is an excellent choice!  Simply put, it is a simple product that is gluten-free, egg-free and peanut-free, without any artificial additives and preservatives.  When it comes to introducing solid food to a baby, these are great attributes.  Research shows what your baby eats now can impact her future health, so why take a chance with anything else?”

Why Babies love Baby Mum-Mum Rice Biscuits

This year, over 100 million Baby Mum-Mum Rice Biscuits will be enjoyed by teething babies just in the USA and Canada alone!  YOUR baby will also enjoy the great taste during meal and snack times.  In fact, many moms have told us their babies often eat more than one Baby Mum-Mum Rice Biscuit at a time!

These baby teething biscuits are sized perfectly for the small hand of your child to hold on to, which allows her to feed herself. As her ability to eat solid food and taste palette evolve, we recommend the Stage 2 rice biscuit – Toddler Mum-Mum Rice Biscuit, a tasty and fun kid snack for toddlers.

Why Parents love Baby Mum-Mum Rice Biscuits

Parents LOVE the fact that these baby teething biscuits are made with premium Japonica rice and other simple, all natural ingredients (a fact that we take pride in).  Baby Mum-Mum is also a good food choice for an egg-free, peanut-free and gluten-free baby diet.

For busy moms on-the-go, they love the individual packaging for its convenience and optimum freshness.  Just drop a few packets in your bag before you head out and you’ll always have a healthy snack that your baby can enjoy at any time.

You can find Baby Mum-Mums online or at your local grocery store!

http://www.mummums.com/

Wagon Wheel Treats

Graduates Finger Foods-Wagon Wheels

These are puffed grain treats with real apples. They’re great for little ones learning how to self-feed.

Kyler wouldn’t eat these treats for awhile. I finally tried to give him one again a couple months later and he loved it! Maybe it was because he enjoys other treats more he didn’t want to waste his time with these.

Now he’s excited to have these and they take awhile for him to finish so it keeps him busy!

These are perfect for on the go!

I bought the Parent’s Choice little wheels and he seems to like them just as much as the Graduates.

Your toddler is ready for these treats when they walk independently, uses fingers to self feed and begin to explore utensils, is familiar with eating solid food and bites easily through a variety of textures.

Graduates and Parent’s Choice treats can be found in your local grocery store for a reasonable price!

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