Review of Babies R Us Stage 1 Purely Simple Organic Baby Food

Hey Everyone, Happy Friday! Today’s post is the second of my Series “Foodie Fridays”. (Check out the 1st post) Every Friday I’m going to feature food related posts and it may be a review, introduction or more. Just another thing to look forward to other than it being FRIDAY!

This month my son turned six months and it was time to give him his first baby foods. With my first daughter I made my own baby food from scratch but this may not be the case for my son (so busy). I do however manage to make avocado mixed with water in the food processor which is by far his favorite right now.

I first gave my son a tiny bit of applesauce but I figured let me try vegetables first. My usual go to baby food brand is Earth’s Best but while looking online I decided to try Babies R Us brand baby foods because it also happens to be organic. I picked up

I am so happy I did because I felt like the consistency was the same as earth’s best stage 1 foods. These two brands really shouldn’t differ all that much since stage 1 food is basically just one ingredient mixed with water. The bonus is that it’s cheaper while being organic. I’m a fan of these flavors. They are good picks because both have a creamy taste that babies can really enjoy. My son couldn’t get enough of it.

The verdict: Get this stage 1 food from Babies R Us especially if your short on time and can’t make your own baby food. Stock up because when I look to buy more they may be out of stock.

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Free Yogamaya Outdoor Yoga after work at 14th Street Park every tuesday until Sept 24

Stay in shape this summer with Yogamaya, a yoga studio in Chelsea. Join them for a Free outdoor yoga classes in Hudson River Park’s 14th Street Park every week. Sponsored by the Chelsea Improvement Company, the class focuses on vinyasa, a yoga practice that synchronizes the breath with body postures in a flowing sequence. As a type of moving meditation, it helps alleviate stress and cultivate mindful awareness, in addition to its benefits as a physical exercise. The class is open to yogis of all skill levels. Some yoga mats are provided, but you’re also invited to bring your own.

When: 6:30pm on Tuesday, September 24
Where: 14th Street Park