What a week it was last week! Thanksgiving is always a crazy time of year, but my dear eldest daughter had to make it more interesting by coming down with a rather nasty stomach bug.
And passing it on to my husband and son.
Fortunately, the baby and I did not get it. It took a lot of effort to keep things that way. Keeping kids apart who normally play together much of the day is rough, and the baby really loves her Daddy.
So what does all this have to do with baby food making?
I’m picky about the conditions under which I will make baby food. A house full of people who have been throwing up is not what I consider good conditions. Too worrying that maybe there was something in the kitchen either causing the problem or that had come into the kitchen with one of the sick people.
Naturally this hit right when I was just about out of baby food cubes. I’d been planning on making quite a number just after Thanksgiving.
I had to resort to jarred baby food!
All right, so it’s really not all that horrifying. Glad I had a good stock on hand. I use jarred food for when we visit family.
Fortunately, they’re all well and I’ve done some serious scrubbing to be sure that no one spread anything too bad around the house while they were sick. So I’m back to making baby food. And very grateful that whatever the virus was, the baby didn’t get it.