The Canadian Sisters Who Changed Baby Food for Good
Cheryl and Christa Giampa are sisters from British Colombia, Canada. When Cheryl was diagnosed with cancer, she didn’t have the time or energy to make her baby’s food, so she headed to the store. What she found was pretty bad. There were lots of processed, heavily packaged, preserved and cooked so much that most of the goodness was actually removed.
So Cheryl partnered with Christa to launch Tiny Tummies make fresh, home cooked and organic food that tastes good. I don’t mean that it tastes good enough for the baby to eat like those starch biscuits that we give just to amuse baby for a minute. I mean that they’re genuinely good and you can taste the real ingredients.
The big test. Will baby actually eat it?
I put a little of ‘Scarlett’s Sweet Beets‘ and, after a little hesitation and a couple of licks, she ate it! This is a huge success as I’ve been trying to get her to enjoy anything apart from cheese, avocado, fruit, bread and nut butters.
She must love the sweetness of it, which isn’t surprising as she can demolish a plate of melon and strawberries without thinking about it. There’s beets, prunes, apple, cinnamon, amaranth, and extra virgin olive oil, all organic of course!
I’m starting to feel guilty for eating popcorn for dinner, but I did steal a couple of spoons of baby’s food before she finished it. We did also lose a couple of spoons to her hair. Bath time again!
Tomorrow we’ll try a couple of the other flavours, which if she doesn’t eat them, I will. Stay tuned for more updates.
Note: This is a paid post, however I’m proud to work with the fantastic team at Tiny Tummies and talk about what they’re doing. I meant what I said about it tasting good. Need proof? Here you go: