Christmas Prizeapalooza day 41 – The Essential Feeding Pack from Food Babies Love

Food Babies Love Christmas Prizeapalooza day 41   The Essential Feeding Pack from Food Babies Love

You and your baby will both be ready for solids on day forty-one of Christmas Prizeapalooza!

Today we are giving away The Essential Feeding Pack from Food Babies Love valued at $100.

The prize includes the Food Babies Love book – it’s filled to the brim with simple and delicious recipes and tips, a handmade Food Babies Love pure cotton Polka Dot Smock in either blue or pink and two Qubies food trays in your choice of colour.

The perfect prize for those just starting out in the solid feeding arena, the Food Babies Love book gives you the ultimate starting point with a plethora of ideas for tastes and textures to explore! Babies love to play with their food as much as they like to eat it so a smock is going to protect a favourite outfit, not to mention make cleaning up a lot easier!

For your chance to win, leave a comment below with your full name in the Post a Comment section telling us what colour Qubies trays and smock you’d like to win and which recipe you’ll try first from the  Food Babies Love blog. You have seven days and entries close midnight 17 December 2012.

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112 Comments

  1. Andrea Lloyd can I please have them both pink :-)

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  2. My baby girl has just started solids and she is loving feed time!! The smock would be awesome to protect her clothing, as she tends to spill food everywhere!! Would love a pink pack, in time for Christmas lunch!! Thanks babyology <3

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  3. Merry Christmas I just love this website

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  4. I would love too make the lamb casserole. I would love qubies trays n smock in the pinkish colour for my baby girl

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  5. Navy polka dot smock (fantastic, bibs – no matter how big, just aren’t cutting it) green qubies (I have one, wish I had bought more) and I’ll be visiting the fishmonger at our markets this weekend to make ‘starter fish pie’ yum!

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  6. I would absolutely love to get a pink pokadot smock and tray for my gorgeous little girl who is so intrigued and interested in food…..! And as for the first recipe I’ll try, I couldn’t chose so I would let sophie duffle on a page and go from there! (gotta let then have a bit of fun too!) :-)

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  7. I would absolutely love to get a pink pokadot smock and tray for my gorgeous little girl who is so intrigued and interested in food…..! And as for the first recipe I’ll try, I couldn’t chose so I would let sophie settle on a page and go from there! (gotta let then have a bit of fun too!) :-)

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  8. Pink

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  9. Pink Qubies tray and pink smock dress for my pink color lover girl. and I would try sandwiches because my kids love them, they are quick and healthy, and great for making in hot summer days. The blog gave me good new ideas too!

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  10. My little man is just starting solids & I can definitely see him in the blue smock making a mess at eating the apples, pear and strawberry puree! Id like the blue qubies too;)

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  11. It has to be the pink smock and trays for my daughter, she would absolutely love them!

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  12. nicole morris

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  13. A pink smock and qubie tray please :)

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  14. Jean Lim. Would love the pink Qubie trays and smock. Can’t wait to try out the apple, pear and strawberry puree, which will be a hit with the whole family.

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  15. Pink for both the qubies as well as the smock. I’d try the bolognese for little people as what evers left I’d gladly eat :oD

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  16. Blue Qubies tray & smock. I would try the Starter Fish Pie.

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  17. My beautiful boy has just started solids, in the past 2 months. We have had him in a pink and flowery bib every day, which is a hand me down from my niece! So anything new and blue will be welcomed!

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  18. Perfect my little girl as she has started solids and loves to sit. Babyology is a great website full of info for new mums

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  19. This would be perfect. My little girl is due to start solids in about a month. I’d love the pink trays but I really can’t decide between the pink and navy smock. They are both too cute!

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  20. Pink. Pink. Starter Fish Pie- sounds yummy!

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  21. Wow the recipe book looks great and appealing for babies and toddlers. Can’t wait to try the red lentil Dahl! The smock and qubies would be great in pink for my daughter!

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  22. Love the green & blue qubies tray and the navy spotted feeding smock. I’m just about to start solids with my bub so the tray would be a great to keep his homemade food. Also the smock might save a few outfit changes.

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  23. I’d get the blue Qubies trays and blue smock, as for what recipe ill try first, since my little bub is still a newborn, I’ll be letting him taste puree fruits and veges separately then start a mix up food!

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  24. My little girl just started rice cereal a week ago and pumpkin 2 days ago – which she LOVES! Next one I’ll try is the puréed carrot and baby rice!! Oh and course it’s pink and pink for me please!!! :-)

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  25. I am happy with any as this is all new to me 16 weeks pregnant with first baby….. Thank you

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  26. I would like the blue tray and smock for my little boy.I would try the microwave pasta.

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  27. Definitely the navy smock and the blue Qubies, cos I’m having a boy.

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  28. My daughter is still a couple of months of having solids, but I love the idea of increasing her omega 3 levels, so the starter fish pie excites me! I would love the smock and qubies in pink please.

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  29. The blue would be great. I would love to try any recipe with meat in it as I’d like to start introducing this into my son’s meals.

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  30. Perfect timing as our little one is 4.5 months and I’m watching for him to be interested. We’d love blue for both and although we’d start on the purées we’d be hanging to move on to chicken curry and zucchini slice. With one fussy 3 year old in this house already I’m determined to do all I can to steer my littlest in the right direction and with this book I’m sure we can’t go wrong!

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  31. I would love to try Frozen Strawberry Yoghurt Icy poles)as my baby girl is teething and would love a pink Qubie tray and smock for my little princess.

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  32. I would get the blue Qubies tray and the navy smock for my little man. As we have just started solids in the last month I would like to try the apple, pear and strawberry puree. He has had apple and pear so this combo would be prefect. Plus it sounds yummy for mummy to have a few tastes :)

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  33. My little man has just started solids and is enjoying his rice cereal. I am going to try the carrot purée and baby rice from the blog in a fortnight. I am looking for more inspiration as he moves through different foods. The blue smock and tray would be perfect for him.

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  34. I would Like Blue Please =)
    I will do mixed puree fruits for him.
    cAN’T WAIT

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  35. Pasta nad hidden vegies in the puree sauce which really does require a blue smock for my messy little person testing, tasting and throwing!

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  36. I’d choose the green tray, the navy spotted feeding smock and I think the starter fish pie sounds yummo!

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  37. pink please my daughter loves pumpkin so anything with pumpkin in it

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  38. Green is our colour choice, Banana Balls look like the perfect scrumptious filler… may have to fend off the hubby too

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  39. My daughter is goin to start solids in a couple of weeks so the apple, pear and strawberry purée will be a must. And we’d love pink as she’s sick of her bothers hand me downs!

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  40. Would love to try the starter fish pie. Perfect for winter when my bub will be really into her solids! Would love the pink smock and the green and blue qubie trays for my little girl! Thankyou!

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  41. The starter fish pie sounds delish & a good way to introduce fish! I’d like blue stuff for my little man.

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  42. It would have to be pink for my little girl! She’d be starting solids in style!!! ;)

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  43. I would love to Win The Green Qubies and a Navy Feeding Smock.

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  44. My little one would love the blue tray and navy spotted feeding smock. Can’t wait to try the starter fish pie!

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  45. Love the smock idea…. But shouldn’t it really be a onesie with a hood?! Pink.

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  46. We’d choose a navy blue smock for all the babies in our house, and green cubies. The Indian inspired vegetable pakoras sound perfect for our little self-feeder, but I’d better make enough for his parents as well as they sound delicious!

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  47. Pink please, I hope there is some tips for fussy eaters!!

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  48. My little Abbie has just started on solids so would love these as she likes to make quite a mess:) I don’t mind what colour as she looks great in pink and blue. I am not a very inventive cook so would appreciate all the lovely recipes.

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  49. I’d love to win a set in pink for my little girl due in less than 3 months! And I’m going to try the Dried Fruit Compote to add on top of my 16m.o. oats/weetbix in the morning as a change to the usual banana.

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  50. The navy smock would get a real workout when I try the Fijian Fumble. I can see an explosion of colour everywhere! Green and blue Qubies trays would keep his other yummy homemade meals nicely contained in the freezer though, no explosions in there thanks!

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  51. Blue thanks! I would try the apple, pear and strawberry purée first!

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  52. This would be awesome for my baby girl as she refuses to eat anything i give to her she is only 4 months but i have been told to start her on solids as she is only the size and weight of a 6 week old and is starting to get sick and this would be great help to get her to eat something please can i have 1 pack i don’t care what color

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  53. My Penny is dazzling in pink even her food should be styled in pink trays. I know by eating some sticky banana, date Pecan loaf will tranfer out to my milk to my precious.

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  54. I would love the blue smock and would try the bolognaise first up – with a new smock gotta try the messiest first :)

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  55. Definitely the Blue Qubies, perfect for my little boy.

    And I definitely want to start with the Starter Fish Pie. My little boy have been enjoying pureed vegies and fruit, but he has now developed a sweet tooth. So I really want to introduce some meat into his diet

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  56. The Starter Fish Pie sounds delicious enough that I want to eat it! Plus it’s packed with stacks of “hidden” nutrition like veggies and cheesy sauce! I’d love the green qubies and pink smock please to catch all the fishy mess that’s bound to happen!

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  57. I would choose the Blue Smock and Qubies Tray for my little boy,
    and Starter Fish Pie sounds like a great recipe for every one in the family to enjoy.

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  58. pink, pink and apple, pear and strawberry puree. Sounds delicious.

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  59. Can I win this please!! Please!! Please!!

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  60. I would lie the blue quibies and a blue smoke. Apple pear and strawberry purée.

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  61. Love the pink color. and its perfect to keep the tasty microwave pasta, since the picture make it looks yummy and its simple to make

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  62. Navy polka dot bib and green quibies tray for my little boy. Apple pear and strawberry puree sounds yum

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  63. Pink please for my little girl. I would try all the purees as we are about to start solids.

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  64. Very excited about moving my baby girl on to solids in a few months! Hopefully she won’t be a fussy eater. I would love a pink smock and a blue qubies tray. The recipe I’m going to try first is the sticky banana, date and pecan loaf! Yum!

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  65. Cream cheese and veggie purée sandwich first. Pink for us please.

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  66. Blue qubies and blue smock please! We’d def try the salmon risotto. We met the author of the book at Mathilda’s Market Brisbane earlier this year but the book was just not in my budget at the time. Such yummy recipes for babies and the whole family!!

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  67. I would choose the blue tray and smock for my little man, the banana balls sound great, I’m always needing inspiration for new snacks!

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  68. The pink smock and pink qubies would be awesome. I wouldn’t mind eating the apple pear and strawberry purée myself!!

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  69. Queries are so clever, love the green Quebies tray and the navy Polk a dot smock for my little girl Violet who is just starting solids in time to help us with X’mas dinner!!!!

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  70. We’d love the pink Qubies tray and smock! I’m going to try the Starter Fish Pie – I always struggle with tasty ways to prepare fish for my little one, and that sounds delicious.

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  71. Love both the pink and blue qubies, navy feeding smock and the banana balls sounds so good I’m sure my husband would steal some from our little girl!

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  72. Won’t know navy or pink until 17 of Jan – hope that’s not too late! Our little man is all set with his feeding accessories.

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  73. I think Annie would like pink and pink for her food accessories. And we would make salmon risotto, as we are heading back to Tassie soon and salmon is so good down there.

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  74. Master Sebastian would love blue! Fish pie sounds like a winner to me!

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  75. I’ll love the Qubies tray in green pls!
    I’ll try the starter fish pie first! Sounds so yummy and healthy!

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  76. Jem Martin – I would just love a polka dot feeding smock in pink and a set of Qubies in pink and green. The Starter Fish Pie is top of my list of recipes to try!

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  77. Blue or green would be perfect for us. We would love to try the apple pear and strwberry puree.

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  78. I’m just about to start my bub on solids so a green tray and blue smock would be awesome! I’m always looking for new ways to get fish in the menu. Starter Fish pie sounds great!

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  79. Little Miss would love the pink ones. The strawberry, pear and apple purée a definite starter for this little Miss in a month’s time.

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  80. Blue qubies and pink feeding smock. I would first try starter fish pie because fish is high in protein. Also my little girl love fish.

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  81. I’d go the blue tray and pink smock! The first recipe I would try as simple as it may be is the sandwich recipes. Bubba has just really started to enjoy her sandwiches but I’ve been thinking I need to mix it up!

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  82. Pink as I would give this to my sister and her twin girls, who take it in turns to like or avoid dinner.
    I think the bolognese would be a tasty new meal, and hopefully get both of them eating and asking for ‘mo-ore’ ‘yep-pease’
    :)

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  83. I’d choose the blue for both. Having my little one on solids for a few months now I’m really running out of idea for food for him so this book and blog will be very helpful – I think I’m going to try the fish pie tonight!

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  84. For our adorable little girl, we’ll choose the pink Qubies trays and smock.
    I would definitely try the winning Apple, Pear and Strawberry Puree recipe. Just by looking at the recipe and the photos, I know that it is delicious and healthy. I cant wait to have our bub try this one.

    -Vannedith Villo-Nario

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  85. We have a girl but i’d go for the blue quebies and smock just to avoid the dreaded pink overload.
    I loved the idea of using stollen buffet breakfast foods to create a todlers lunch and the Starter Fish pie sounded lovely as well

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  86. Love the blue Qubies tray and Smock and will try the starter Fish Pie Yummy!!!

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  87. Sticky banana date and pecan loaf is right up my alley, so I’d make that first. The baby might even get some if she is lucky?! I would go for the pink tray and smock, because they are so adorable!

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  88. Would love both in blue anf the bananna balls sound yummo.

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  89. My little girl would look great in the blue smock as she has big blue eyes. We also dont mind what colour tray we get, as she likes both colours. I think we will also try some of the different sandwich ideas from “Food Babies Love” as she is a fussy eater at the moment.

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  90. I’d love to win the navy polka dot feeding smock and blue Qubies. The first recipe I’d try is the apple, pear and strawberry puree as we have lots of strawberries growing in our veggie patch.

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  91. I’d choose the pink smock and Qubies, and the recipe I’d try first would be the microwave pasta – so quick and easy!

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  92. pink is perfect

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  93. Our little boy would love the blue Qubies and navy feeding smock, ok him not so much, but me I’d love them. I am sure, however, that he would love the Apple, Pear and Strawberry puree when he starts solids in January.

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  94. I love the blue smock and pink qubies. I’ve had this book on my wish list ever since I first saw it on this website. Jess casha

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  95. Oh the Fijian fumble looks like an interesting recipe! Would love the blue set as well

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  96. One of each- my sister and sister-in-law both pregnant and would love to give them something to make life easier when it comes to feeding time!

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  97. Blue all the way! The banana balls sound like fun to make and eat!

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  98. Blue cubes and the Starter Fish Pie sounds yummy.

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  99. Qubies in Green, we love green and the Navy Smock

    Shannyn McCafferty

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  100. Qubies in Green, we love green and the Navy Smock. Fish Pie as I can make a version for myself at the same time.
    Shannyn McCafferty

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  101. Pink qubies, navy smock and sticky banana, date and pecan loaf for me!

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  102. We would love the qubie trays in green and the smock in navy. The entire book looks great but I think I would start with the banana balls for my 2 year old, and the carrot with baby rice for my 6 month old who is about to start solids.
    Carli Beaver

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  103. We would love the green qubies and the smock in navy. The entire book looks great but I think I would start with the banana balls for my 2 year old, and the carrot with baby rice for my 6 month old who is about to start solids.
    Carli Beaver

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  104. pink pink pink…pretty in pink

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  105. Blue qubies, a navy smock and banana balls.

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  106. Definitely pink quabies and pink smock as PINK is my daughter’s whole world at the moment.
    She’s starting Kinder in Feb so this will be perfect for that and delicipis banana balls for lunch.

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  107. It’s blue, blue and more blue in our house of 4! As for the receipe it would have to be the Fijian Fumble I’m a tupperware gal so quick and easy is my style!

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  108. I would love the blue Qubies tray for my baby son, the blue smock and I would make the recipe using the leftovers from the breakfast buffet when on holidays, as we just went on holidays and I totally relate to how much stuff you have to pack for a baby let alone planning for all the meals! :-)

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  109. We’d love the blue smock and qubies, and we’ll give the Starter Fish Pie a whirl!

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  110. Pink qubies and smock it would have to be,
    for my little baby who is special to me.
    And with a sweet tooth like her mumma,
    Apple , Pear, strawberry purée try we are gunna!

    Arielle Taylor

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  111. Pink Qubies as my little miss has just started solids and loves carrots and sweet potato so the orange natural colour will not stain, also a Pink Smock as she is already trying to be independent by feeding herself and wearing half her meal!

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  112. definatley pink soo many little girls in our household

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