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Tori Spelling Makes Her Own Baby Food


Tori Spelling Makes Her Own Baby Food

Thursday, May 28 2009

by Joe Halls




Tori Spelling is really on-the-go when it comes to taking care of her children especially the food that she serves her 11-month-old daughter Stella Doreen.



In a MySpace video, the actress exclaimed, 'People are probably like, 'Tori Spelling doesn't do that. She probably has someone that cooks for her.' No, actually I don't... And I actually make my own baby food!'



She continued, 'She's an eater. Like, she loves her bottle. She would take the (jarred) food and she was fine with it. But once I made my own baby food... I literally gave it to her that first day, it was a spoonful, and her face lit up. She had this huge smile.'



The bottom line of all this is that parents should 'make your own baby food. Because it's such a huge difference for them.'



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