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  • #19438

    Anonymous

    I always write a shopping list and weekly meal plan gives an idea of how much the shopping should be

    #19480

    Anonymous

    have plenty of fresh fruit at home 🙂

    #19698

    Anonymous

    I always make extra of anything I can freeze, casseroles, stews, pasta sauces. I cook everything using fresh ingredients (no jars/packets) and this really helps me save time but means I know we are still eating well!

    #19759

    Anonymous

    my best tip is when people ask what to buy for your new arrival have a list ready and tick them off once you get them so people know what you already have saves getting 2 of everything

    #19771

    Anonymous

    never pressure urself to be the perfect parent everyone will make mistakes u can only be as best as u can be x

    #19775

    Anonymous

    Get fussy eaters involved with prepping and cooking dinners. That way they will get a feel for textures,smells,tastes and are more likely to eat something they’ve helped prepare and create.

    #19776

    Anonymous

    a good routine is key! and remembering that you are the parent so you make the rules, also bulk cooking and freezing is always a help

    #19780

    Anonymous

    No procrastinating and have a strict routine.

    #19785

    Anonymous

    When you baby is ill – put Vics vapour on their feet then put a babygro on them x

    #19803

    Anonymous

    My best tip would be to meal plan as much as possible. Its the main way I’ve found to cut my food bill – but you do have to stick to your list and not get tempted by extras!

    #19842

    Anonymous

    be prepared for any eventuality and dont be frightened of change

    #19843

    Anonymous

    Always pack a spare change of clothes when you go out, especially for newborns. I always pack a fleecy babygro and vest as they dont take up much room and will do as a full outfit if baby is sick/nappy leaked/dribbles everywhere

    #19844

    Anonymous

    Get your hair cut & pamper yourself just before the birth of a new baby as you won’t have time afterwards 🙂

    #19845

    Anonymous

    batch cook and freeze individual portions, means you have a tasty meal on hand at times when you don’t have time to cook

    #19846

    Anonymous

    Plan meals in advance. It saves time and money.

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