I like how she still has left over squash still splattered on her cheeks. Speaking of food, for all of you momma's with babies, I discovered a new baby yogurt last saturday and absolutely love it. It's Yobaby by Stonyfield. You can see fruit, unlike Gerbers baby yogut, and it actually smells like yogurt and not like candy. But most importantly, I trust the Stonyfield brand. When it comes to price, there really isn't much of a difference. Stonyfield has six yogurt cups, which are smaller than Gerbers, but Gerber only sells them by four packs. I actually prefer the smaller cup, because she would never finish the entire Gerber yogurt. Also, Stonyfield has variety packs, while Gerber doesn't. I know, I'm excited over baby food once again, but I just wanted to share my new find. If you register at their website, you can even recieve coupons and rewards.
Another big advantage of Stonyfield products are that their organic. I've never really bought into the whole organic thing. I guess I'm kind of cynical when it comes to an organic label. I will believe it is organic when I pull it from my garden. But when it comes to my baby.....yes, I buy organic when I have the option and yes, I'll pay twenty cents more on the jar just because it reads organic whether or not I believe it is truely organic or not.
Hopefully before the end of the summer, my little birdy can help my pull vegetables from our own garden and I won't have to worry about what was sprayed on it or where it really came from. It's sad that our food industry has come to this and that we have to worry about the produce and meats we buy. Between the peanut and spinach scare, I'm spending a little more time washing and preparing our meals and more closely examining our foods.
If you have any foods or brands you particularly trust and believe in please let me know. I'll take all the help and advice I can get when it comes to the quality of our food and safety of my family.
One last picture of Molly in the mud. She decided it would be way more fun if she would toss the dirt onto the step and then brush it off with her hand.