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To think this is the most middle class baby food in the world?

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PyjamasBySeven Wed 29-Mar-17 18:34:37

Just ordered what I thought was going to be a pouch of broccoli, parsnip and lentil puree and have received this with my supermarket delivery...

Losgunna Wed 29-Mar-17 18:36:02

Yes I think you might be right! grin

PyjamasBySeven Wed 29-Mar-17 18:37:52

I didn't even get it from Waitrose!

Mumteedum Wed 29-Mar-17 18:38:31

Good luck with that nappy wink

DesignedForLife Wed 29-Mar-17 18:39:51

Nearly, but not quite. They do one with coconut water and quinoa. Saw it last week in Asda.

DesignedForLife Wed 29-Mar-17 18:40:39


PyjamasBySeven Wed 29-Mar-17 18:41:40

I'm guessing the coconut water one would be best for Baby Pyjamas after her workout in the jumperoo.

Spudlet Wed 29-Mar-17 18:42:40

I have found you an outfit ready for the post pouch poop.

I would also like to take a moment to commend the lady in the picture for her efforts to make that outfit sexy grin. THAR SHE BLOWS!

EpoxyResin Wed 29-Mar-17 18:43:18

Hahaha, that's hilarious! What the hell is a baby going to know about that splash of rapeseed oil or dainty sprinkling of herbs??

originalbiglymavis Wed 29-Mar-17 18:43:26

What's wrong with that? I'd maybe steer away from the lentils though. Ds likes coconut water (I hate the stuff but it's supposed to be good for your skin). Quinoa sucks but I like couscous.

BalletZeus Wed 29-Mar-17 18:44:15

It'll just be the same tasteless mush as all the others are though!

I'd have thought this would be more about the parents that th baby's 'middle class' tastes!! grin

EpoxyResin Wed 29-Mar-17 18:44:34

...after her workout in the jumperoo.

Gosh, I can picture the baby active wear! ...hang on, is there such thing as baby active wear??

DesignedForLife Wed 29-Mar-17 18:45:03

Original- do you usually shop at Waitrose?

originalbiglymavis Wed 29-Mar-17 18:46:15

Just like people food and contains kale! Dogs will happily eat their own vomit.

originalbiglymavis Wed 29-Mar-17 18:47:19

Errrr sometimes. Wholefoods too. I'm veggie so does that get me off the hook?

PyjamasBySeven Wed 29-Mar-17 18:48:19

I have been known to frequent Waitrose from time to time, although, sadly, it's not really compatible with maternity pay!

Ihavefriends Wed 29-Mar-17 18:59:15

It's actually not flavourless mush.

Which is why I have an almost full sachet in the bin. Sigh.

originalbiglymavis Wed 29-Mar-17 19:00:16

Did you try it?

ClaryBeanHorshAndMe Wed 29-Mar-17 19:02:36

There are things like this but also for adults (I tell myself... I love them. Super delicious [blush[)

So, yeah...

ClaryBeanHorshAndMe Wed 29-Mar-17 19:03:15

If they have apple or raspberry apple?

That stuff is awesome ;)

nursebickypegs Wed 29-Mar-17 19:06:56

I got that free with Gurgle magazine this week!

PyjamasBySeven Wed 29-Mar-17 19:08:50

I was actually thinking that the pear, mixed berries and coconut water sounded quite yummy.

ILostItInTheEarlyNineties Wed 29-Mar-17 19:10:11

What does "wonderfully textured" mean? confused

A bit lumpy?

PyjamasBySeven Wed 29-Mar-17 19:14:19

I think that's because it's a second stage one, as opposed to the 'delightfully smooth' first stage pouches.

MycatsaPirate Wed 29-Mar-17 19:15:32

'wonderfully textured' sounds like it's already been vomited back up.

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