I’ve been blogging for a long time and I’m always learning. One thing you’ll find here is products we are actually using! Some of the links in this post are known as affiliate links. This means if you do buy something, I may earn a couple dollars at no extra cost to you. That’s it; there’s no catch!
Now, I’m super happy to be partnering with them, but long before they became an affiliate client, I was a client of theirs for years. I like things pretty easy so I’ve tried all of the kids meal delivery services. Yumble. Yumi. Little Spoon. I tried Nurture Life several years and two kids ago, and decided to try it again a few months ago because I was desperately in need of meal help. I couldn’t believe all of the options. Plus they have smoothies, energy bites, and baby food too! They don’t have purees, but Sawyer really only ate purees for a month or so and now eats what we eat for the most part. The BIGGEST selling point is that I eat them too. In some ways, I place those orders with myself in mind. And that’s because, yes, I eat them. I even rate my favorites!
What is Nurture Life and Why is It Perfect for Families?
This is all in my own words, which is rare for me to do with sponsored or affiliate blog posts. And really it’s because I know this brand from years of experience. The food arrives fresh and well cooked. I’ve never experienced that with another brand like this, meaning a brand with kids in mind. Now you know I have four kids and the fact that I can feed a teen, tween, toddler, baby, and MYSELF is mind-boggling. We can leave Cassidy out because he generally eats bigger meals in one setting than we do. Like I said, I was already a client, and they reached out to me as a CLIENT (not influencer or blogger) to get feedback on their website ordering, their meal options, and more. I mentioned that this is what I do, and it that’s when it got more exciting.
What Do We Need to Know, In Tamara Words?
1 – I’m glad you asked. Yes, I eat these. They help me in my postpartum calorie goals and they’re darn good.
2 – I can feed myself, and FOUR kids of varying ages with these delicious meals.
3 – During Scarlet’s super busy day of school and then work and then a saxophone solo in her jazz concert, part of the night schedule involved heating up the Chicken Dumplings and Edamame meal at home, and then bringing it, still-warm, to the school where she had arrived early for the concert and wanted a nice dinner first.
4 – Teriyaki Salmon. Smoothies. Berry Pancake Puffs. Need I say more?
5 – The BABY loves it. He does baby-led weaning, which I know isn’t for everyone, but he did his time with purees too. He does so well with the finger foods! And they’re not salted or sweetened or sauced. They’re like I would make at home if I knew how to cook tiny finger foods.
And as with all reasonable meal delivery services, you can start and stop, pause and unpause, and cancel at any point. It’s easy to pick and choose your meals, see how much you’re going to spend, and enjoy the new meals coming out too. I really hope that if you try it, you’ll let me know how you (ahem, your kids) love these meals.
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