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I have missed the blogging world for the longest time now. After I had my second baby about one and a half years ago I got really busy with baby care. This time around it was more difficult than last time as now I even had the elder one to take care of. However, being a true foodie at heart, whenever I found the time I would continue to bake. I couldn’t share it with you all as with an infant I did not find the time to shoot or blog about whatever I made. I remember when my baby was a month old I ran into the kitchen and baked a yummy cake for myself. I was bored of all the bland, post-natal care food and stuffed my face with big chunks of chocolate cake 🙂

Besides having the baby there is another reason that’s kept me busy. I have been writing a book on Indian Baby Food recipes. What else would I do with all the baby food I have been making? 🙂 I started writing them down when I introduced solids to my first kid. That was when I shared some of those recipes on my blog. Today with another baby and going through the same phase again I thought its a good idea to compile whatever information I have into a book so its helpful to other mothers like me.

I got my information over the last few years from my mother and grandmother. My baby’s pediatrician also helped me understand what ingredients were permitted for my baby at each stage. I put all this information down into an eBook which will soon be available on amazon. (Update: Book published on Amazon on 13th Apr. Do check it out!)

Do visit my site on Indian Baby food Recipes and leave your mail ID if you would like to receive more information on Baby Food.

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