When my firstborn began to eat solids, I ran to the store to grab one of those small jars of baby food. Being the super-frugal person I am, I began calculate how many jars of baby food I would need a day – and the price made my head spin.
And the thought came to me: “Wait! I can make that! And it will be healthier and cheaper – and I wont have tons of glass jars and metal lids to throw away!”
I will never buy baby food again!
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Rosilind, a Pacific Northwest native, is a missionary living in Croatia and married to her hero. Together they live in the country with their 2 active boys where she enjoys fruity candles and a hot cup of herbal tea on a blustery fall evening. She holds an Associates of Practical Theology and is passionate about discipling and encouraging women. Her passion for writing led her to author a number of books. She is the author of A Little R & R where she encourages women to find contentment in what God created them to be. She can also be found at these other places on a regular basis. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google +.
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