Day 4 - Who's Hungry?
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Day 4 - Who's Hungry?


So, my stomach is feeling much better today. However, I now have a cold and a double eye infection. This left me wandering around in a bit of a fog trying to figure out what in the world I wanted to take a picture of today. I decided to play a little with a non-human subject, and since my family always gets a kick out of Aiden's baby food I thought that might be fun. I make my own baby food and freeze it in ice cube trays before storing it in freezer bags. It makes for a very colorful collection, but it also made this a race against the clock because I couldn't allow the cubes to thaw. So I dumped them in a bowl, set them on the table, took a shot to give me an idea of how I would light my little still life... and my camera died. Fine then, I didn't feel like playing anyhow! But you know what? I like this shot just fine! Now, who wants to be my taste tester?

(Oh, p.s. tomorrow is Wireless Wednesday at my house, so I will post tomorrow's pic and (try to) catch up on everyone else's blogs then!)

19 comments

  1. yum! I'm doing something similar but only on my Facebook page :)

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  2. I made babyfood for my first two too. What is the purple stuff? I think yours looks a little yummier :)

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  3. The purple is blueberries... These particular cubes are blueberries with tofu and he loves it!

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  4. Very colorful! I really wish I would have learned more about making my own babyfood when my kids were younger.

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  5. Impressive... both the picture and making your own baby food!

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  6. Very impressed with you making your own baby food. I wanted to do that but then didn't. Wish I would have. I love the photo too, very colorful and creative!

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  7. Wow, your own babyfood! I'm extremely impressed. The colors are so vivid, LOVE!

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  8. Wow, ya think my 15 yr old would like that? Makes me want to make some. It's pretty!

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  9. love the color variety of your baby food!

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  10. LOOOVE this shot Branson! Good job!

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  11. I used to make our baby food as well! I love all the different colors in this! P.S. I'm completely stupid when it comes to computers and I accidently put the wrong code with the "project 365" button. Now, if someone clicks on it, it goes to a page that doesn't exist. Just wanted to give you a heads up if you wanted to change it :O)

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  12. I did the same thing, and she never liked bottled food from grocery stores. She can see the differences of taste between fresh and processed foods at such a yougn baby age!

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  13. I love it. The colors are awesome. If I ever have an infant I'll make my own baby food too :)

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    WE also make all our babies food. It great! You save so much money and make sure they are getting nutritious food:)

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  15. Beautiful colors! I'd eat anything that looked like that! I make our baby food too & prunes are a big winner at our house. :)

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