Ok, maybe I don't get up the same time the Dunkin' Donuts guy does, but I do feel like all I think about lately is food! What I should eat, what I shouldn't eat. Breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, dinner for Delaney. Sophie really needs to start eating more solid food!! Really, that's the main focus of my blog today! Sophie is 14 months old and is still eating some baby food. We have had such a terrible journey with changing formulas, SEVERE constipation, finding a baby food she liked, and the fact that the poor kid only has 4 teeth!! For all the issues she's had, she is a happy camper. The only baby food she likes is the Target Brand squeezie pouches. And of course, they clearanced them out at my store. She eats puffs & Cheerios like they are going out of style, but I am still giving her the baby food sometimes because I want to make sure she has all the nutrients she needs.
I guess my problem is also having stuff on hand for her. I am going to bake up some silver dollar pancakes in the morning and freeze the leftovers so I can pull one of those out some mornings. I bought some Nutrigrain bars tonight and gave her one at dinner...she liked it until it started getting gummy on her fingers and then she just wanted to play. She does love cheese and yogurt, but I am a little iffy to give her yogurt because it was one of the foods she had around the time she turned one and we had a lovely case of hives that we don't know what caused it. Thinking it was not food related, as the majority of the bumps were on her knees, feet and arms.
So I'm going to start a list of "safe" foods (meaning we've had them for 3 days straight with no reactions) and when I get a good list I will post it here to share!! Please feel free to comment with your ideas, and I'll add them to the list!