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Baby Food Ideas 9 Months
- Baby food is any food, other than breastmilk or infant formula, that is made specifically for infants, roughly between the ages of four months to two years.
- (Baby foods) Rice has highly digestible energy, net protein utilization, and low crude fiber content. Therefore, it is suitable for baby food. Although baby foods can be in the form of rice flour or granulated rice, precooked infant rice cereal is the most common use of rice for baby food.
- Nine Months is a 1995 romantic comedy film directed by Chris Columbus. It stars Hugh Grant, Julianne Moore, Tom Arnold, Joan Cusack, Jeff Goldblum, and Robin Williams. The movie is a US remake of the French movie Neuf mois and served as Grant's first US starring role.
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“Mom”, matriarch of the Front Porch Kats
Rest in Peace, ole girl… you deserve it!
For as long as I can remember (10 years at least), there has been a small population of feral cats in my neighborhood, usually anywhere from 5 - 10 at a time. Completely inbred, they all look almost exactly alike: dark gray and black tiger strips, sometimes with a hint of orange. They have a fairly high mortality rate, mostly living in the woods across the road from my house, so they never really threatened to take over Wales Street. I could see them from my kitchen window and front porch playing and chasing squirrels. Sometimes they would meow at me when I went to the mailbox, but mostly lived quietly amongst the trees. About five years ago a couple of them got a little more curious, as cats will do, and started coming into my yard (unseen, they thought) to look for scraps of food I throw out ( I NEVER throw any food out with the garbage! The idea of any kind of waste, especially food, appalls me…). After a while I could go outside while they were around, and they kinda got used to seeing this big tall guy around. Eventually I started to put dry cat food on the porch by the front door to see if they would get that close to the house. It took a while, but sure enough they would come up and grab a bite. They even got brave enough (most of them, anyway) to eat while I stood on the porch with them. Over the years, I was only able to actually pet and hold two. One was a kitten, LittleBit, that had a broken leg. It was amazing to see him walk, run, and even jump up on the porch railing with others! I have no idea how he did it, but he did. Although he was a little fellow, he was one of the loudest purrers I’ve ever heard! The other one I called Stripey, because he was the only one of the entire clan that did NOT have tiger strips across his back. He had beautiful circular black and orange strips on his side which made it very easy to recognize him. I think he was also the father of most in the cat tribe.
The picture above is the one I call Mom. She has almost single handedly kept the group going for the past few years, having on average about 6 – 9 kittens each year. Don’t know where she gave birth, but after she got really, REALLY BIG, she would disappear for a few weeks. She would come back to the porch periodically for food, but then rush back to the woods to take care of the babies. After about three months of this, I would walk out on the porch one morning and a whole new family of kitties would greet me! She had brought the kids over to show them where they could always find a meal and water. The kids learned well, and never forgot where the free buffet was located! Can’t even remember how many times this scenario happened.
As I said, living (semi) wild like they do, there is a high mortality rate. Over the past 18 months or so, their numbers have steadily dwindled. Since last autumn, there has only been Mom and Junior, the last survivor from her last litter. Sometime Friday nite or early Saturday morning, Mom died after a brief illness; she got sick Monday and quickly went down hill from there. The Matriarch of the family is gone. She was a great mother to her many kids, and I’ll miss her.
Now only Junior remains of my Front Porch Kats. Don’t know if he will start a family in the woods or not (he hasn’t been around much since his Mom died). If he doesn’t, then my little extended family is gone forever. There will doubtless be other homeless cats in the neighborhood in the future, but I don’t think I’ll ever have a group quite like this again. It’s funny, in the early days of them coming into the yard, I tried to run them off, just didn’t want a bunch of strays around. Not long after that, I was feeding
them on my front porch! Amazing how those little fellows will steal your heart, and there is absolutely nothing you can do about it!!! ;-)
Goodbye, Moma Kat. I miss you aready…
16 Boring Things You Never Wanted to Know
Well, I've been tagged, so here are 16 things you never thought you needed to know about me (Little Me above).
1. I believe artichokes are only a vehicle for shoveling vast amounts of mayonnaise into my mouth.
2. As a teen, I was set on moving to England, living in a flat alone and being a writer/photographer/drummer. A few years later I got married.
3. I was in a commercial for a pharmacy several years ago. The back of my head was prominently featured after shooting (and waiting) for 9 hours.
4. I've had my poetry published in a few books and I hate poetry.
5. I never met a food I didn't like, except curry. No curry. Blech.
6. When I was 16 I wrote a letter to Morrisey of The Smiths proposing marriage. I even wrote the sentence "I don't care if you're gay." I have no idea why I never got a response. I sent a picture and everything!
7. I was Goth before there was Goth and I am very embarrassed.
8. I was five months pregnant when I got married. For the second time. To a different baby daddy than my first child. This is Jerry Springer stuff here.
9. I lost 15 pounds since September and I don't think they're coming back.
10. I still sleep with a teddy bear and always have. Shut up.
11. I yell because I care.
12. Sometimes, if there is no one looking and I have no floss, I have flossed my teeth with a piece of my hair.
13. I do not like men who are yappy or who talk too much. Nothing irritates me more than a guy with a pulse.
14. I love my kids and animals more than life itself.
15. If there are ever news cameras roaming about, I will be interviewed, even when trying to avoid them. I've been on the news so many times over the years and once sounded pretty smart.
16. My pinkie fingers are kind of bent.
Gee, aren't you glad you wasted those two minutes reading this? And no, you will never get those two minutes back.
baby food ideas
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