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have you ever used IOnlyMakeBoys (B.B.M) 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Texas 4754 posts
22nd Aug '12

The baby bullet? I was looking at it the other day and it seems like a better way to give your child baby food because you make it yourself and it would be organic as well as your able to make all stages with it. Seems like it would be less expensive in the long run and more healthy what do you ladies think?

----&& 2 kids; Scituate, Rhode Island 3903 posts
22nd Aug '12

I just use a regular blender....

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
22nd Aug '12

Waste of money IMO. You can just use a blender and ice cube trays. WHy buy another appliance? I you want a magic bullet just get a normal one you can use for everything you want.

user banned 1 child; New Orleans, Louisiana 18159 posts
22nd Aug '12

I used a blender or food processor and baby food lidded ice cube trays for storage

♥ ♥ Due May 13 (boy); 1 child; Florida 23034 posts
22nd Aug '12
Quoting Myfirstlittleone (B.B.M):" The baby bullet? I was looking at it the other day and it seems like a better way to give your child ... [snip!] ... to make all stages with it. Seems like it would be less expensive in the long run and more healthy what do you ladies think?"


I didn't have the baby bullet but I had something called the Beaba Babycook. I made all of my daughters baby food....I never bought a single jar and I loved it! It was super easy and cheap and I knew all of the ingredients....there were no preservatives or anything. Another thing I liked is that I could use my breast milk to water down sweet potatoes and things like that by making my own food.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
22nd Aug '12

You can also give your baby organic fresh foods by doing baby led weaning. No appliances needed haha

They call me mama. 18 kids; La Verne, California 3222 posts
22nd Aug '12

My mom bought me the baby bullet when I had my daughter and I love it. =) Blends better than a regular blender. Comes with two different blending blades. It comes with some pretty cool extras as well for storing baby food. Even comes with a baby food idea book with recipes. Worth it in my opinion.

IOnlyMakeBoys (B.B.M) 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Texas 4754 posts
22nd Aug '12
Quoting ♥Sandy Cay♥:" I didn't have the baby bullet but I had something called the Beaba Babycook. I made all of my daughters ... [snip!] ... thing I liked is that I could use my breast milk to water down sweet potatoes and things like that by making my own food."


I am hoping to be able to breastfeed this time last time didn't work how much would you put in the food and does it change the time in which you can keep it after making it?

IOnlyMakeBoys (B.B.M) 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Texas 4754 posts
22nd Aug '12
Quoting They call me mama.:" My mom bought me the baby bullet when I had my daughter and I love it. =) Blends better than a regular ... [snip!] ... pretty cool extras as well for storing baby food. Even comes with a baby food idea book with recipes. Worth it in my opinion."


yea i was looking at those and really liked how you could do all the different stages of food with it and i can't lie i liked the storage containers to lol

They call me mama. 18 kids; La Verne, California 3222 posts
22nd Aug '12
Quoting Myfirstlittleone (B.B.M):" yea i was looking at those and really liked how you could do all the different stages of food with it and i can't lie i liked the storage containers to lol"



I LOVE THE STORAGE CONTAINERS! lol They have the little date sliders so you can mark the date you made each food item so you don't have to worry about getting the dates confused with other items that may have been made sooner or later.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
22nd Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting They call me mama.:</b>" I LOVE THE STORAGE CONTAINERS! lol They have the little date sliders so you can mark the date you ... [snip!] ... food item so you don't have to worry about getting the dates confused with other items that may have been made sooner or later."</blockquote>



I guess I didn't realize that a sharpie and freezer bag didn't do the same job. Hmmm......

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
22nd Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Myfirstlittleone (B.B.M):</b>" I am hoping to be able to breastfeed this time last time didn't work how much would you put in the food and does it change the time in which you can keep it after making it?"</blockquote>



You can keep it as long as the bm is food for. And the amount varies depending on how much you are making and the consistency you want.

They call me mama. 18 kids; La Verne, California 3222 posts
22nd Aug '12
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting They call me mama.:</b>" I LOVE THE STORAGE CONTAINERS! lol ... [snip!] ... or later."</blockquote> I guess I didn't realize that a sharpie and freezer bag didn't do the same job. Hmmm......"


lol Except you can feed your baby rite out of the little jars. Wash and re-use.
Freezer bags are also messy, trying to squeeze the food out if it. No fun. Less waste is always good.