Yummy Review: Love Child Organics
We’ve hit another milestone in our house. Little Miss P has become an eater, and what an eater, she is! I don’t know if it’s because she has been watching Mr J eat for several months now, or if she’s just a voracious child. She has taken to her food with gusto.
I was looking for a few baby food options that would provide my lovey with the nutrition she needed with in a ready-made format that I could use for those very busy nights. I stumbled upon Love Child Organics at my local discount retailer. I was drawn to the vegetables and fruits that featured on the package – what fun!
I got home after snapping a picture on my phone, and I researched Love Child further. As a proud Canadian to find a company that was also from the West Coast was a plus. That these cute pouches provided 100% organic purees with healthy ingredients & superfoods pretty much sold it.
The ingredients of each pouch are so simple, no additions of preservatives or additional sugar. You can pronounce all the ingredients & know what they are. They are also gluten-free, which when you’re not sure if your kids are sensitive to gluten or not, is a relief.
After a little correspondence, Leah (CEO and mom, as she puts it) kindly sent us two Simple First pouches to try – peaches and pears. (The Simple Firsts also come in mangoes & apples). The peaches were tasty, but not Miss P’s cup of tea. The pears however, she was grabbing at the spoon to the point of ripping it out of my hand because she liked them so much.
She greedily downed an entire pouch (128 ml) in one sitting, and we’re still not really sure where she put it. Needless to say, Love Child has created yet another raving fan with Miss P. Mr J insisted that I buy him a few pouches too as he wanted to try what she was so busily sucking off her bib. I don’t doubt I will have another fan quite soon.
a passionate recreation coordinator by day, crazy farm mama of two by night. i live outdoors: growing my own food, camping and hiking with my border collie with two active kids in tow. when I’m not writing, I’m experimenting with recipes, and crafts – or anything else that might keep the monkeys entertained.