3 Things to Think About Before Introducing Solids

Posted on October 08, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 0 Comments

Arianny from Baby Prep Sundays stopped by this week to share tips for starting solids.  


Hey moms and dads!  So you are in your kitchen ready to prepare some food for your baby?  If so, are you truly prepared? Do you know what you will make?  Do you have something to puree it with? Where will you store it? These are all answers you will need before you get into the kitchen.  But don't worry, here are some guidelines to help you:

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From Farm to Pouch | Fall Edition

Posted on September 30, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 1 Comment

Even though in parts of the country it still feels like summer, we are getting into the fall spirit. If Costco already has Christmas decorations out, we can at least start thinking pumpkin patches, apple picking and comforting fall recipes, right?

One of the best things about the changing seasons is that it means our farmers market will be stocked with all sorts of new, in-season produce.

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Posted in Fall, From Farm to Pouch, Homemade Baby Food, Little Green Pouch, Real Food, Real Food Pouch Recipes

5 Tips for Dining Out With Toddlers

Posted on September 06, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 0 Comments

Having kids shouldn't mean you have to stop going out to eat. Taking the kids out to eat at a young age teaches them manners and responsibility and exposes them to new flavors and textures. Plus it gives you a break in the kitchen. Below are our top 5 tips for a successful dining out experience with kids. 

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Our Homemade Baby Food – Vitamix Give-away

Posted on August 19, 2014 by Amanda Holliday | 223 Comments

To celebrate the launch of the Really Little Green Pouch, we are hosting a give-away all about homemade baby food. The Really Little Green Pouch is perfect for tiny hands—babies love eating homemade baby food from our squeezable, refillable food pouches. It's a natural transition to self feeding and—bonus for you!—super low mess.

So we’ve put together a great homemade baby food give-away with some of our favorite products (including Really Little Green Pouches of course!) to make it easier to prep, store and serve homemade baby food to your little one.

 

Enter in 5 ways for 5 chances to win

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We will chose a winner at random on September 5th and announce the winner within 48 hours. Make sure we have your email so we can contact you if you win!

BONUS: Two runners up will each receive the Really Little Green Pouch First Foods Starter Kit + Bottle Brush and a copy of the 201 Organic Baby Purees book. 

Contest Rules

    • Must be 18 or older
    • Open only to residents of the US
    • Entries due by 11:59pm Pacific time on September 4th
    • One winner will be selected at random from all entries
    • Each person may enter once each via Pinterest, Facebook and email

Posted in Giveaway, Homemade Baby Food, Really Little Green Pouches, Reusable Food Pouches

Announcing Our New Arrival: Really Little Green Pouches!

Posted on August 19, 2014 by Maggie Crawford | 0 Comments

When Melissa’s baby girl Parker was ready for some Real Food purees, we knew it was time for Little Green Pouch to get even littler. At 3.4 ounces, our Really Little Green Pouches are great not only for early eaters, but also for travel.

Come meet our new little cutie!

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Posted in Little Green Pouch, Must Haves, Really Little Green Pouches, Reusable Food Pouches

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