Cora has been a trooper this month. The poor thing has been dragged along to a lot of long house-hunting days. One day we looked at nine houses! Keep in mind, each time we go to Madison it means a total of three additional hours in the car as well.
We are so thankful that Cora is now a lot more content during the day. Baby girl is on a regular nap schedule and plays with her toys much longer than before. Teething does seem to throw her for a loop though. I think when a baby has a predisposition to fussiness any little change can really set her off.
As long as Cora is in the mood she will eat anything I whip up for her; sweet potatoes, green beans, squash, pears, you name it. Often she will lean very far over her tray to gobble up the next bite.
I make all the baby food myself except for prunes and carrots. After a little research I didn’t want to risk making baby food carrots myself (Nitrates). I love these storage containers and you certainly don’t need a special baby food maker, any food processor will do.
On a side note – Cora has taken the transition to Wisconsin much better than poor Benny. Snowbeast has a ton of anxiety, allergies, and is getting more pills each day than the entire family combined. Hopefully once we have a house and Alex is back living with us full-time Benny will feel better.