Returning with a Giveaway

Winner!
(As soon as Lucas knows his numbers I’m going to have him be the random choose for me…) πŸ™‚ Random.org choose # 8- Jess from Keep it Together. Congratulations Jess! I’ve sent you an email!

As you’ve probably noticed, I’m back to blogging! Taking a week off was just perfect for me, and I’m so happy to be back here. This blog is…. my place. If you’re a blogger (or a mom or a writer or anyone (anything?) along those lines) I think you might know what I mean. I can come here to write and connect with other moms and for me, it is such a blessing. I have decided that I’ll be around for a while. It’ll be fun!

So, I thought today would be a great day to have a giveaway for a great book I’ve been meaning to tell you about! Organically Raised is a cook book for babies and toddlers. It starts out with infancy and goes through to late toddlerhood. The recipes are delicious and the pictures are so bright and fun!

The recipies themselves are so yummy sounding. I love the names, ” baby charlie’s apple and mango yogurt,” “baby turns 1 no-sugar birthday cake,” and “baby sophia’s pack ’em in kale and sweet potato super blend.” mmmmm!!


This is a great book for any mom and will offer you lots of new ideas for your toddler or baby. I know I am always looking for something new to feed Lucas. I feel like we eat the same things every day! This book has gave me some great ideas and I’m hoping we can hit the Farmer’s Market this weekend for some fresh produce!

To enter this giveaway, just answer this question:

What is your child’s favorite food?

To be eligible to win, your email address must be in your comment. This is so I can contact you if you win! Good luck, giveaway ends Saturday morning.

Published by Samantha Mellen

Certified personal trainer & health coach helping women transform their lives through fitness, abundant mindset coaching and internal peace. Mom of two boys, living life in Alaska.

40 thoughts on “Returning with a Giveaway

  1. Right now…it's formula. Still got about 2 more weeks until we explore the world of solid foods.
    [jkhohnstreiter(at)gmail(dot)com]

  2. I've got a 2 and a half year old that LOVES blueberries. A 18 month old that just discovered her love of sweet peas (picked straight from nana's garden!) and a 6 week old that goes to town on his mommas milk. He loves the boob. πŸ™‚

    Great giveaway! I'll definitely be checking out this book. πŸ™‚

  3. hmmmm, let's see – probably tortillas with cheese are her fav right now. oh and she really likes shrimp. Not on the tortilla though – yum! we should try that!

    Thanks for the chance to win! That book looks great!

    curlyhairdoideas @ yahoo dot com

  4. Hmmm…my son LOVES his mommy's milk, but my daughter loves macaroni and cheese, ice cream (or anything sweet for that matter), peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, and bananas. I've been wanting this book – it's on my wishlist on Amazon. πŸ˜‰

  5. That's really hard. She really likes anything wrapped in a tortilla. She can say burrito, it sounds like deeto. She also loves any kind of berries.
    She pretty much eats anything I give her. Which is amazing according to most parents. She especially goes to town on fruits and vegetables.

    tropicaljello1988@yahoo.com

  6. Peaches, peaches, peaches! I'm the one from Georgia and I don't care for them, but I guess my little lady might have a Georgian heart even though she lives in New England, because she's obsessed with anything peachy!

  7. My 6 year old love spaghetti, my 3 year old has recently discovered raspberries (which I'm ecstatic about as he's never eaten fruit in its natural form willingly) and my 6 1/2 month old get very excited for bananas and sweet potatoes). I would love a book like this as I'm determined not to buy pre-made baby food for my little girl.
    k_springthorpe(at)yahoo(dot)com

  8. I would love to read this book… My one year old loves cheesy spinach and hotdogs! My stepsons who are older love sushi and hamburgers.

    [nmarks at gmail dot com]

  9. Pears are my daughter's favorite. I like the sound of that birthday cake recipe…I've been looking for one.
    kayla.dishon (at) gmail.com

  10. I don't know what by child's favorite food is yet. She will arrive in November and then hopefully breast milk will be her favorite for a while!
    mk(dot)beggs(at)hotmail(dot)com

  11. My little one is still loving mom's milk, but I am excited to start making baby food from our booming vegetable garden.
    emily(dot)pulliam(at)gmail(dot)com

  12. Pixie's favorite food is steamed and sliced green beans! At least, I guess they are her favorite-of-the-moment since she usually picks them all out first before moving on to other foods.

    jesterkat (at) gmail (dot) com

  13. Welcome back! πŸ™‚ My son is 21 months old and I feel like I am in a quite a rut when it comes to meal time. He used to eat everything I'd put in front of him. But I'm afraid those days are gone, so I would love some inspiration!

    His current favorite is cantaloupe! I really think he could eat the whole melon in one sitting.

    Thanks for the chance!

    stephsnaptimenotes@gmail.com

  14. I have four children so I'll just go with my youngest. His favorite food is any kind of berries. He calls them “brees,” and he is estatic when he see them being served!

  15. oooh cool book! Lauren who is 2 1/2 loves to snack on red and green bell peppers. Other than that her favorite food is pasta. πŸ™‚

  16. APPLES!!! When we pull into the grocery store parking lot she immediately starts asking for apples. We have to go straight in & find her an apple to eat, before I can do any shopping.

    Anyways, it's much better than screaming for candy πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    mdv36 AT hotmail DOT com

  17. My youngest is 4 & her favorite food right now is strawberries!!! Yummmyyy!!! I've got another one cooking right now too & I think she's going to love strawberries too since I can't seem to get enough of them! πŸ™‚

    ~Sarah
    sarahruch(at)hotmail(dot)com

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