Although Erin has been eating since she was 4 months old, it has only been a couple of months since she started having finger foods. Erin loves food but it really does depend on her mood as to what she’ll eat. If she doesn’t fancy eating with her hands, she won’t eat.
As John and I were eating a proper Christmas dinner, the plan was to get Erin to have this too.
Apart from the parsnips, which were apparently amazing, Erin was not into eating Christmas dinner. She all all sorts and didn’t want any of it.
Thank goodness for Ella’s Kitchen and their Jingle Belly Christmas Dinner.
What is so great about the Jingle Belly Christmas Dinner is that it really is a full Christmas dinner. The pouch, which is suitable for babies 7months+, includes turkey, cranberry sauce and even sprouts, just to name a few ingredients.
Unfortunately, once out of the pouch, the food looks pretty awful. Luckily, Erin doesn’t care what colour her food is at the moment.
Erin was much happier with this as her Christmas dinner. She at the whole pouch really quickly and I think she could have eaten a bit more. I was so glad we had this to hand as it really saved our dinner!
Another great thing about the The Jingle Belly Christmas Dinner is that at least 30p from the sale of each pouch will be donated to Save the Children’s award winning Families and Schools Together programme. I love that Ella’s Kitchen have come up with such a great product to help out families in very different ways this year.
The Jingle Belly Christmas Dinner is a limited edition pouch so if you want one, you need to be quick!
Disclaimer: We were sent this product for the purpose of this post. All opinions are our own.