My baby girl Addison is going on 6 months of age. Anything we’ve made in the baby bullet she’s loved! There are many reasons I love the baby bullet. Not only does making your own baby food save you money, you are able to know exactly what’s in it and how it was prepared. I also use my baby bullet for my family. I make purees and add them to sauces, soups, and casseroles to sneak in extra vegetables. I love how easy to wash the baby bullet too. For me, I’ll continue to use the baby bullet regularly even after my daughter no longer needs me to make her purees and cereals.
I have an 8 month old son, Ben, and when I was given the go ahead from our family doctor to start him on solid foods I was at a loss how to go about this until my husband picked up the baby bullet. I recommend this to all my friends who have young children. The recipe book is amazing with so many helpful tips and ideas, getting Ben started on a healthy meal plan was a breeze! Even the foods he’s not too keen on go over well when mixed with some of the suggested others. I might even try some of the recipes for myself (as a starter then add my own spices!) The additional recipe book is a must have as well! Plus I love the blank pages at the back so I can keep track of each new food we introduce him to. I dont know whether my son has more fun eating the foods I make him or if I have more fun making the foods he loves. To date his favorites are banana and avocado mix with a side of oatmeal!
I would love to win this Baby Bullet system for my sweet little one. We just moved back to PA and I can’t wait to start gardening and growing fresh fruits and veggies for her. She’ll be 6 mo July 4.
I would LOVE to have the opportunity to try this as so many of my friends have been talking about it. I am due in April and hesitant with which type of blender to buy my baby girl Eva Mae. This baby bullet is the 1st on my list to try so i definatley would love, as well as baby Eva, to be able to win & try this!
|Builder||Model||Locomotive Numbers||Years of Service||Notes||Image|
|EMD||F40PH-2||902, 903, 907, 910, 914||1985–present||Ordered new by Caltrans; Overhauled by Alstom in 1999; HEP generators retained original gear drive from main engine.|
|EMD||F40PH-2CAT||900, 901, 904–906, 908, 909, 911–913, 915–919||1985–present||Originally F40PH-2s; ordered new by Caltrans; overhauled by Alstom in 1999 and HEP generators were converted to separate Caterpillar 6-cylinder engines. Units 918 and 919 entered service in 1987.|
|MPI||F40PH-2C||920–922||1998–present||Cummins-powered HEP generators. No. 920 is the Operation Lifesaver unit.|
|MPI||MP36PH-3C||923–928||2003–present||Primarily used for "Baby Bullet" service.|
||2000–2013||Work train/yard switcher service. 500 and 501 are ex-SP 3833 & SP 3842, respectively. Sold to Motive Power Resources late 2012, left Caltrain on March 8, 2013.|
|EMD||MP15DC||503, 504||2003–present||Work train/yard switcher service.|