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weaning - transporting home made food?
DD is now on three meals a day - breakfast tends to be toast/cereal/fruit etc so not too bad if we're out as can just order her something, tea is mainly baby led/finger foods, but lunch tends to be her biggest meal and quite 'spoon' feedy! I have been giving her Ella's or Hipp jars when out and about at baby groups etc for ease (she can't last much beyond 1130am for her solids and most of our groups run 1030-1130/12) - I would like to be able to give her some of our home made cooking (though not sure she agrees, lol!) and wonder how you guys transport home made purees/mashed foods or if you do? We have a freezer compartment full of cubes of fruit/veg/meat purees in freezer bags etc and that's all she gets at home generally, with maybe some plain yoghurt, but not sure how to transport these things safely without them defrosting etc? And the faff of defrosting them as well as heating a bottle in the middle of a baby group is putting me off! Am I being thick/lazy what do you all do?