We're very careful about what Sabrina eats, but now that she's getting older and becoming more independent, that is getting more difficult. The first four months or so were of course, formula. As she transitioned to purees and then solids, all her food was made at home by her Papa. Gregg loves to cook, and is very good at it. So I wasn't surprised when he started reading up on baby recipes and preparing her food. It's not the most convenient thing, as (especially in the beginning) everything needed to be pureed. Food processors are great for that, but now that she's older and things are chunkier there's a lot of hand chopping. No problem for Gregg as he can do that Food Network bionic chopping thing where the knife flies through the carrot at lightning speed. When I try it I end up looking like the vegetable. I keep a ziplock bag of ice handy in case I need to take a finger to the emergency room to be reattached.
Some of her recent meals were Baby California Roll (balls of rice with broccoli, carrot, and fish), Bowtie Pasta with Peas and Chopped Ham, Mini Spaghetti with Chopped Meat, and Balls of Chicken with veggies and breadcrumbs. We're also big on fresh fruit and vegetables, real cheeses, and yogurt.