HEINZ MUMS OWN BABY FOOD 10 FOR £4 128grams 10 FOR £5 200grams SAINSBURYS - HotUKDeals
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Heinz mums own baby food range buy 10 for £4 on the 128gram jars 52p sold seperately
and buy 10 for £5 on all 200gram jars 68p sold seperately
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#1
please i tell you not to fed your poor child this ****! i can proundly say that my daugter has never had jar food near her lips. get of ya bum and get some fresh fruit, veg and cook up some lovely fish and meat, theres so .....o many things you can make, my little girls fav was butternut squash.
i will not vote on this as i am biased.
#2
well some people like to feed their children this and some childminders will only feed the children food the parent supplies and to be fair its really up to the parent to decide what is good or bad for their children
#3
Um, you know you can make your kids dinner yourself - it doesn't have to come from a jar or tin....

Mind you, you could pop out for a fag after heating up this dog food...
#4
And you could not feed your child at all.....voted hot from me :)
#5
Voted hot from me, if I had an hour spare in a week I'd cook all my son's food, however I don't, call us lazy all you like however we are working very long hours at the moment and anything that helps is great in my book.
#6
Dooberrywoo
Voted hot from me, if I had an hour spare in a week I'd cook all my son's food, however I don't, call us lazy all you like however we are working very long hours at the moment and anything that helps is great in my book.

Ignore the PR brigade :) Each to their own, people don't realise that until they mouth off :)
#7
Dooberrywoo;3196910
Voted hot from me, if I had an hour spare in a week I'd cook all my son's food, however I don't, call us lazy all you like however we are working very long hours at the moment and anything that helps is great in my book.


Lazy
#8
charlie2
please i tell you not to fed your poor child this ****! i can proundly say that my daugter has never had jar food near her lips. get of ya bum and get some fresh fruit, veg and cook up some lovely fish and meat, theres so .....o many things you can make, my little girls fav was butternut squash.
i will not vote on this as i am biased.



Out of interest how many hours do you work a week? :whistling: Um, if its less than 35...please shush - working mums dont always have the time (or incination) to do that!

This food is no different than something you'd make at home anyway.
http://www.heinzbaby.co.uk/uploads/imagelib/label(1).jpg
Nothing in there that seems like 'sh*t' to me....
Come on sister give us working mums a break!!! Anyway haven't you got a formula deal you should be ranting at LOL
#9
i am a young hard working mum too you know but i manage to find the time, its all about giving the best start to your child, people are too god dam lazy these days. a couple of hours of your time to make some lovely food for your child, its hardly a big ask is it? at least you know whats "really" in the food.
#10
also the time it has taken you to find , upload that pic and write that comment you could have peeled your fruit and veg and put it in the steemer. :thinking:
#11
charlie2
also the time it has taken you to find , upload that pic and write that comment you could have peeled your fruit and veg and put it in the steemer. :thinking:


Err I cant - I'm at work...aren't you? Notice you didnt actally say you work full time...

I have a high level job, am out of the house over 12 hours a day and will NOT be made to feel guilty for my choices. Being a good mother is not about jars of food - no child is going to remember what they ate when they were 18 months - THERE ARE PEOPLE OUT THERE GIVING THEIR KIDS KEBABS FOR DINNER!!! I think a food like this is a safe, healthy and handy option.
If its a choice between playing with my gorgeous toddler for an hour in the evening or preparing food I'm gonna take the play...sorry
#12
charlie2
i am a young hard working mum too you know but i manage to find the time, its all about giving the best start to your child, people are too god dam lazy these days. a couple of hours of your time to make some lovely food for your child, its hardly a big ask is it? at least you know whats "really" in the food.


Last time I checked I've already shown whats in the food...um the ingredients? All organic and nothing but natural stuff :roll: I think it would be illegal for them to lie on their packaging!!!
Anyway its all about free choice - you have your view and I have mine.
Give yourself a break though and dont be all about the child rearing - take that hour of chopping, steaming, cooking and get your hair or nails done or read a magazine - heinz's treat LOL :)
#13
Its not always about being lazy my little girl just would not eat my food, I'm a good cook honest. I tried so hard to get her to eat my food. I have all the Annabel Karmel's books etc

She would only eat Ellas kitchen and there is nothing in them. She has now starting eating my things. Without the jars and Ellas she wouldn't have eaten anything.

Also bear in mind not everyone is good at cooking. Please don't make people feel guilty its hard enough as it is.
#14
mm4143
Its not always about being lazy my little girl just would not eat my food, I'm a good cook honest. I tried so hard to get her to eat my food. I have all the Annabel Karmel's books etc

She would only eat Ellas kitchen and there is nothing in them. She has now starting eating my things. Without the jars and Ellas she wouldn't have eaten anything.

Also bear in mind not everyone is good at cooking. Please don't make people feel guilty its hard enough as it is.

Exactly my problem! I would much prefer her to eat "my" cooking, or any other homemade food for that matter as i'd save a hell of alot of money :)
#15
mm4143


Also bear in mind not everyone is good at cooking. Please don't make people feel guilty its hard enough as it is.


Good Grief your right. Like we don't get hit with enough to feel guilty about!!!!!

I cooked for my son but y'know sometimes its nice, and I'm letting you in on a secret here...perfectly ok to take a break.

Also handy for being out and about and taking to the grannys. anyway you can always fill the jars with your own cooked stuff after. so really guys lighten up. (and its a good deal )
#16
I run my own business and work very long hours - I still manage to cook a proper dinner for my 2 young boys, every night. So, don't use work as an excuse.
#17
sicknote
I run my own business and work very long hours - I still manage to cook a proper dinner for my 2 young boys, every night. So, don't use work as an excuse.


Its not excuses, its peoples VIEWS - they're just different from yours and allowed to have them.

I make my own sandwiches does that count?

Whatever...I've given up on this one - there some really opinionated people out there who seem to think they know better than others - But hey, as an adovate of free choice (remember that ladies?) I have to accept each person has their own view and it should be respected. Again that why I work - who would want to socialise at the mums groups with supportive and open minded people like these making you feel guilty all the time!!!

Thanks for the womanly support - NOT!

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