Aug 2, 2010 12:18AM
I was wondering which food blender you would recommend to puree/blend food for my LO.
I'm not really a 'dab hand' in the kitchen so i've never bought one!
Any help would be much appreciated
Aug 1, 2010 5:01PM
i did have the anthony worral-thompson one, but it blew it up!
so just got a cheap hand blender and that does the job just as well, if not better, was only about ??6 in argos and the ATW was about ??50! i'd jsut get a hand blender, even if ur batch cooking the portions for weaning and babies are so small anyway that a jug blender is just too big and u u can still blend just as much in a bowl or tub with the hand blender and much eaiser to get the exact consistency u wnat xx
Aug 2, 2010 12:18AM
I agree definately a stick handheld one. I have a Breville whizz stick and it's awesome. I found it perfect for when I blended up my son's food and it's great for mash potato to make it nice and fluffy in seconds! It's a bit more exy but I use it all the time in general in the kitchen so it was well worth the money for me.
Jun 19, 2019 3:17AM
New to the game at 35.
Hello all. My husband just surprised me last week by saying if I wanted to have a baby he is willing to do so. He has 2 kids, 14 and 8, from previous relationships so for the 5 years we've been together it was all "don't want another ". We got married April 1st of this year. I have PCOS so I had accepted life without a baby of my own and have been on BC for most of my adult life. But now he has changed his mind and I am ecstatic and terrified! I threw away my last 4 active pills, which obviously messed up my cycle lol. So here we go to see what we can do. I cant decide if it would be scarier to conceive right away or for it to take a long time (if at all). I am on Metformin for diabetes (very well controlled, a1c of 5.4 last time checked) and I've been taking inositol supps for a while now just to see if they could help with other symptoms. Also started taking prenatal vitamins as preparation. Sorry for my long winded intro, I'm just excited. Thanks for reading if you got this far!
May 29, 2019 9:20AM
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