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beef Nov 29
only idiots eat solid food
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Sydney Barnes 💃🏼 Nov 11
We killing it with the homemade baby food game!
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Alphabet Kidz Nov 7
These pictures of little Harry for Piccolo are absolutely adorable! 📸👶
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Sukant Khurana, Ph.D. Dec 2
95% of in is tested positive for Arsenic. New and better brands are needed, which not just are free from heavy metals but actually sustain kids' health in the long run. Not sugar overload but foods which develop immunity and microbiome.
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EvolutionXD Nov 22
A new study claims that over 95% of manufactured contains trace elements of several dangerous toxins.
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ΜΠΑΛΗΣ ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΣ Nov 14
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Kimberly Spaetti Nov 6
It seems like we are always on-the-go! See what this busy mom to 3 little ones never forgets in her diaper bag! (Hint-it involves wholesome baby food!)
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H A A K Dec 6
good game brother you made some of those guys.... 🍼
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Dabira Woman Nov 29
Part of parent tactics to keep the family going😊😊😄 . . . .
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Dividend Diplomats Nov 23
Just finished another round of making . We pureed one bag of peas, beans, and strawberries (separately of course). Cost $3 total, took less than 30 minutes. Should be enough to last our daughter for a week or two!
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Kari Ann Jan 4
What do you do when it’s 8pm and you’ve only had 2.5 hrs sleep in the last 38 hours but you are AWAKE? Make Joanie a few weeks worth of apple spinach pancakes obviously!
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tommy Dec 27
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Kaitlin Cody Dec 7
You guys... Baby tried food for the first time yesterday 😂😂😂
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SpoonfulOne Nov 18
What you feed baby matters - a lot! This is why we are thrilled to announce all SpoonfulOne products are now certified organic by .
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DJ Hurricane 🌊 Nov 12
I still train as if I’m still playing football, Might have to come out of retirement 🏈
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SPINS Jan 3
Once the biggest hit in , SPINS data shows sales of baby food pouches have dropped 0.8%. explains the reasons for this decline, and offers opportunities in and formulation for players hoping to find growth.
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Karimah Henry Nov 9
Thank you for this awesome package! My little foodie is excited! 💚 • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
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B Fhukken Have Jan 11
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proper_bill Jan 9
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LayeredParallelSindrome Dec 6
POSTING A POST OF POST WHILE YOU POST UP 🏀 ON A POS
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