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Shopping BabySize: Week 32

By Kate |

Shopping BabySize: my favorite finds for babies, kids and moms based on the approximate size of the wee babe in my belly.

The baby weighs approximately 3.75 pounds ( or the size of a large jicama) and is about 16.7 inches long. The size of a jicama. Really, BabyCenter? There’s not another fruit or vegetable that weighs about 3 and 3/4 pounds. Because it’s pretty hard to find jicama reflected in baby and children’s products, just so you know.

Jicama Finds

J is for Jicama Print

While this print is adorable I think it’s much better suited for kitchen decor than a child’s room. When I’m thinking of words to help reinforce letter recognition, jicama isn’t exactly what comes to mind.

 

Another kitchen find – Recipe Cards

 

Benjamin Moore Jicama Paint Color

 

Jicama Recipes

Not surprisingly, I had better luck finding recipes using jicama, a crispy vegetable.

 

Pomegranate, Orange and Jicama Salad

 

Tex Mex Jiacama Salad

 

 

Check out the Jicama Pinterest board for more finds recipes.

Shopping BabySize

Week 13: Shrimp
Week 14: Lemon
Week 15: Apple
Week 16: Avocado
Week 17: Turnip
Week 18: Bell Pepper
Week 19: Heirloom Tomato
Week 20: Banana
Week 21: Carrot
Week 22: Spaghetti Squash
Week 23: Mango
Week 24: Corn
Week 25: Rutabaga
Week 26: Cucumber
Week 27: Cauliflower
Week 28: Chinese Cabbage
Week 29: Butternut Squash
Week 30: Cabbage
Week 31: Navel Oranges

Kate

Kate

Kate started The Shopping Mama™ in January 2009 when, after graduating law school, she traded in online legal research and writing for locating the best products for children. She shops three kids ages 7, 5 and 2 from their home in Germany. Her military family is making the most of the overseas assignment by traveling Europe every chance they get.

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