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I love this recipe because it fits in to postpartum real life quite well, with the regular and frequent interruptions of babies, it can be put together over a period of time as one stops to tend to their child. It’s also really easy to grab a bit of bliss bits one handed while holding baby or nursing, and gets some healthy food in to you. And finally—it just tastes good- excellent even when rolled in to yogurt!
Many parents, despite the warnings of the American Academy of Pediatricians, find they bring their baby into their bed with them at some point-- often out of desperation to get some sleep when their child refuses to sleep alone. But this isn't always done in a thoughtful, safe manner.