Baby Shower Gift Set from Oh Baby Foods!

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The great giveaways just keep comin’!

Today we’re giving away a Baby Shower Gift Set from Oh Baby Foods! Just in time for your friend’s (or your) new arrival, give the gift of a healthy start.

The set includes an organic cotton onesie, organic cotton pull-over bib, and a $25 gift certificate for baby’s first foods: Oh Baby Foods. That’s a $50 value!

Oh Baby Foods is a new company based in NWA and offers purees for babies and toddlers made from ingredients raised by regional farming families.

In addition to home and office delivery via Old Soul Organics , and online at their website, mom and founder Fran Free Gunsaulis said Oh Baby foods are available in the freezer section of 11 brick-and-mortar stores: six Harp’s locations in Fayetteville & Springdale; Ozark Natural Foods; Pobf_bib_thumb.jpginnacle Station Local Market; Cook’s Natural Foods; Roger’s Natural Foods and Vitamins; and Ozark Herb & Spice.

How to win: Click on the word “comment” at the end of this post and tell us what kind of baby food your baby would probably request if (s)he could talk. (If you have an older child, tell us what (s)he would have requested back when (s)he was smaller). Do they like blueberries, bananas or sweet corn best? Or do green beans really make her smile? Maybe Fran can get some good ideas for future Oh Baby Foods!

About Oh Baby Foods’ gear: Their bibs, onesies (infant & toddler sizes), and reusable shopping bags are from a fourth-generation organic cotton farm in Texas. The Oldham Family of grows, mills, and prints the products — very cool styles that make great gifts. They also have “Oh Baby On Board” bumper stickers and gift certificates.

To read a story about Oh Baby Foods on Motherlode, click HERE. To visit the Oh Baby Foods website, click HERE.

Good luck!


  1. My son Austin would most definitely have asked for Bananas if he would have been able. That is still his favorite thing to eat!!

  2. Jack always liked bananas and sweet potatoes. Baby #2…I predict he/she will be the same.

  3. Elizabeth will probably like blueberries and carrots if her sister has any influence on her!

  4. My daughter is expecting her first child in May – If this child is going to have eating habits like her mother then she will more than likely want corn dogs! If it is something healthy -green beans are a sure bet.

  5. Ana Maria always liked any kind of fruit, mostly mango and blueberries! Sweet potatoes were a favorite vegetable I know she would have liked to ask for!

  6. Norah was in love with sweet peas. She actually sneezed them all over her dad’s brand new shirt one of the rare times he fed her as a baby-it was the best! Hunter loves everything-even broccoli! He makes “mmm-mmm” noises whenever he really likes something, like the broccoli mixes or spaghetti. We give him such a variety-I don’t know if he has had a chance to pick a favorite! I just hope he keeps it up.

  7. My daughter expecting her first baby and my first grandchild in July. She loved veggies all the time.

  8. My little one always liked sweet potatoes but won’t touch them now! Getting ready for Baby #2 and anxious to try Oh Baby Food.

  9. We tried this line for the first time last week – Blueberries/Apples/Squash. My daughter lit up with excitement. Anything blueberry wins her heart!

  10. My kiddos LOVE their fruits, and baby #3 is sure to be the same! Sweet potatoes and peas were the vegetable loves for them. 🙂

  11. “Mogurt” — that was my son’s favorite baby food, and still is a fav. snack at 8 yrs old!

  12. My kids are much older now, but they loved sweet potatoes.
    My new grandbaby is only a little over 4 weeks old, but this would be great for her!

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