I’ll Never Feed THIS Baby Fast Food.

HahahahahahaaHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

I totally said this when I was pregnant. And I have no fucking excuse.

Babystar is my THIRD child. I love going to Chik-fil-A with the teenagers (their food is better than their politics but it is waaaaay better and chicken sandwich love conquers all). I don’t even really care that McDonald’s french fries aren’t veganΒ (even though they are potatoes, right, so how–nevermind, I don’t care). This is not my first rodeo.

But I said it. All smug. And stupid. Last December, Babystar had her very first kid’s meal of her very own. And in January she had, um, a few more.

(I currently have three ‘Corduroy Gets a Pet’ board books because our local Chik-fil-A didn’t think to diversify the toddler toys this month. Also, why does a bear need a pet? Who decides which animals HAVE pets and which animals ARE pets? Does this have anything to do with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?)

  • Chik-fil-A 1-strip meal $3.35
  • Chik-fil-A 1-strip meal $3.35
  • Chik-fil-A 1-strip meal $3.35
  • Chik-fil-A 2-strip meal $4.55 (no she didn’t eat the second one)
  • Chik-fil-A fries $2.89 (we shared but they were for her)
  • Chik-fil-A 4-nugget meal $3.35
  • McDonald’s fries $2.99
  • Elevation Burger grilled cheese and oranges $3.25, $1.95

She also still loves to share with us at Shake Shack or our local pizza place (omg she LOVES going for pizza, knows the way there when we are walking, and starts yelling PIZZAPIZZAPIZZA as soon as we turn the corner). She stillΒ never eats enough to justify buying her a separate meal.

 

January groceries purchased just for Babystar:

  • Blueberries $2.99, $2.99, $1.99, 4.99
  • Strawberries $6.99, $7.59, $3.00, $5.99
  • Graham crackers $2.99, $2.99
  • Clementines $6.99
  • Sweet onion $1.71
  • Bananas $1.46 (She still won’t eat them what is happening.)
  • Opal apples $6.70, $5.91, $1.88
  • deli turkey (Can toddlers eat this? She loves it.) $3.65, $5.17
  • eggs $2.89, $3.99
  • granola bars $5.49
  • cheese $3.00, $3.00
  • cookies (yep, the kind with m&m’s in them, don’t worry I ate most of them) $2.50
  • Trader Joe’s mac & cheese with the chilis $2.99, $2.99
  • Chia seed waffles $2.99, $2.99
  • Trader Joe’s Honey-O’s $2.59
  • chocolate ice cream minis $1.39, $1.39 (Shhh, her throat was hurting.)

RAISING BABYSTAR:Β $14,543.67

 

 

9 thoughts on “I’ll Never Feed THIS Baby Fast Food.

  1. I think we all can give ourselves a bit of grace on the “I said I’d never do XYZ for/to my kid….” Things change! At least you’re not giving her a Big Mac, lol.
    Yes, babies can eat deli turkey, but I don’t think nitrates are good for them (or us!). Most grocery stores have store-roasted meats that dont’ have nitrates. Ours does a great turkey that actually tastes like turkey.

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    1. Thank you, Simcha! That is so nice that you would think of my blog! Forgive me if the chain ends here as I recently did one of these (slightly different but the same idea) but thank you so much for the recognition! 😊

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  2. I adore Chick-fil-A! It’s really the only fast food I try to get with my little guy (that and El Pollo Loco). He can eat an adult sized meal, but I like the apple sauce option for him, so I get the grilled chicken bites in adult meal and a kids crispy chicken bites meal. I get his chicken and he gets mine. Keeps me from eating too much!

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    1. Smart! I WISH Babystar would eat baby food. Once she got off of purΓ©es, she decided anything smooth is baby food. So no applesauce, no yogurt, no mashed sweet potatoes. It’s not annoying at all lol.

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