Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Observations of Parenthood | November 2020

Good day to you, friends!

We are just about four months into parenting and we're learning a lot. So today I'm sharing six observations of our parenthood journey so far, in no particular order. Enjoy!

Parenthood changes you into someone who eagerly checks another person's nose for boogers... It's kind of gross but totally necessary. Bee actually doesn't have a lot going on in her nose yet but I have a strong instinct to check on it frequently, just in case. I didn't expect to be so eager to look inside as I am. 🤷🏾‍♀️

Parenthood exposes your personal priorities. The question that so frequently arises is "what can I do in t-minus 20 minutes while my hands are free"? Bee is growing more independent all the time so things are feeling progressively less urgent. However, this experience has made me aware that I need my alone time first thing in the morning because it may never come if I leave it for later! Showers are usually optional. Food is of paramount importance.

Parenthood changes your vocabulary. For us it's not so much "baby talk" but I'm much more aware of the impact of everything I say now. I consistently take more thoughts captive and seek to "make them obedient to Christ" because I don't want my thoughts to negatively impact my daughter. I want my spoken words to reflect reality, the good and the bad, in reasonable and healthy ways.

Parenthood adds a powerful sense of wonder to everyday experiences. For example, every time the Metra train goes by our window I say to Bee "here comes the big, long train!" And when the train horn sounds off I echo it with a "beep beep!" I also frequently tell Bee that the big, long train is taking the people to work or back home. She watches the train with a mesmerized expression. I eagerly await the day she can tell us in her own words about the big, long train!

Parenthood provides many opportunities to practice gratitude. I thank God for an endless list of things pertaining to Bee. She is healthy and thriving. She fills our hearts with joy and delight. She has been here a whole four months outside the womb. She grew inside me and was born safely. Every smile and laugh she releases makes our world feel so, so good despite the many challenges we face.

Parenthood gives new meaning and purpose to self-care. I always want to be there for Bee, for whatever she needs. This means it's all the more important that I take good care of myself in every way so I can be ready to show up for her. I'm more consistent than ever with personal routines. I'm reading, I'm writing, I'm taking naps. I'm working creatively. I'm sharing my true heart and actively listening to others share. We are in a good headspace as a family because the stakes and standards are higher and we are stepping up as a team.

These four months have been hard and also very joyous. Here's to more learning, more wonder, and more smiles, come what may!

With lots of Love,


Monday, October 5, 2020

Bee's Birth Story

Beatriz Eva Elena Cortés was born on the fourth of July, 2020 at 11:33 PM, three days before her due date. At birth she weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces and she was 20.5 inches long. We usually call her Bee! We also call her Baby Girl, Honeybee, Honey Bunny, Sweet Girl, and M'ija. 

Labor started at 12:35 PM. Tim and I were watching TV and had just finished lunch. We had no plans to gather with family for the holiday because of the raging pandemic. I remember having that first contraction and thinking "this finally must be what a real contraction feels like!" I don't think I had any intense contractions at all before that. Just some mild, though frequent, Braxton Hicks contractions.

I started timing from my second contraction just for practice, so I thought! But they continued to get stronger, longer, and closer together as time went on. I focused on breathing through the pressure even though it didn't feel too badly yet. When I wanted support I asked Tim to press on the outside of my hips as I leaned forward on my hands and knees or bounced on an exercise ball. I asked him to press really hard because mild pressure did nothing for me. He was really good at it! He helped a lot.

Throughout labor I also asked Tim to count aloud to ten repeatedly. For the first six counts I breathed in deeply. For the final four counts I breathed out and moaned or made whatever sound felt most natural in the moment. This technique, along with constant prayer, is what let me manage contractions without medication for 11 hours!

I had been feeling anxious about going to the hospital because of the pandemic and because of some negative experiences that I've had in medical settings. I talked with my family, friends, and counselor about the anxiety in the days leading up to Bee's birth. They were all very supportive and encouraging. My Mom connected me with a friend of hers who is a doula and we had a helpful conversation on the morning of July 4th. I felt way more prepared, comforted, and confident after that chat. If we have another child I hope to hire a doula from the start! But I thank God that we had that hour phone call. We actually finished talking about an hour before I went into labor.

After a short time laboring I couldn't really focus on the show we were watching. I have no memory of what it even was. So we switched to watching something that didn't require my attention to enjoy. Tim suggested we watch an animated movie that would bring me comfort and joy so we watched Tangled! It's one of my favorites. Then we watched Monsters, Inc.

I was able to enjoy the movies between contractions and ignore them when I needed to focus my energy. I called my parents to come over after about three hours of early labor. We all just hung out watching the movies and chatting. They told me later that they really doubted Bee would arrive that day because I was calm and chatty between contractions, and relatively quiet during contractions. I doubted she would arrive that day too, but I felt like it was real labor.

Tim started getting our things ready for the hospital once my parents arrived. He made sandwiches and prepped other food because we weren't sure the hospital would be able to accommodate my dietary restrictions. We were right to be concerned. They actually said they could not make food without some of the things that would make me sick. So we ordered "my food" for Tim and I ate food that we brought from home throughout our stay.

So back to labor, I checked in with the doula after the first two hours to see if it sounded like real labor in her opinion. She said it did sound real and suggested I take a bath to soothe the contractions and make sure they didn't slow down. It was tough making it to the tub because I vomited and continued to feel nauseated between contractions. I had planned to eat during labor while at home but I could not keep anything down. I eventually took a brief bath but it didn't stop the contractions and I remember wanting to get out and be dressed.

I called the midwives group after my parents arrived, maybe around 6:00 PM. The midwife said to hang in there and to call back in an hour if the contractions got more intense. I think she doubted that I was truly in or approaching active labor so quickly since this would be my first birth. My contractions had been less than five minutes apart consistently since one hour into labor, though they would fluctuate in frequency sometimes with 4 minutes between, sometimes only 2. And, unless I was timing them all wrong, they were lasting for 1 or 2 minutes on average.

I called back after an hour or so, around 7:30 PM, and let the midwife hear the difficulty I was having even speaking to her. I'm pretty good and sounding like I'm fine when I'm struggling so I had to consciously stop doing so. She agreed that I should head to the hospital at that point.

We gathered our things and my Dad went to pull up his car. Tim and I made a slow journey to the first floor and out the front door of our building. It went slowly because I stopped walking for every contraction and leaned on Tim so that I could focus on breathing through it.

On the way to the hospital I remember hearing discussion among Tim and my parents about the best route to take. I think there was some confusion about at which door they should drop us off and we circled the block a couple of times. I was mostly just focused on breathing through contractions so none of this bothered me. I figured I'd rather spend more time in the car and less time in the hospital anyway.

There was a really cool moment between contractions when I opened my eyes and looked out the window and saw a big copper moon! I thanked God for that beautiful sight which I considered to be a good and perfect gift. It was especially sweet to see it after being at home and indoors most of the time due to the pandemic. Of all moments to be outdoors, being in labor was a great one for enjoying that special view of the moon.

We arrived at the hospital around 9:00 PM. Someone brought me a wheelchair (I have no idea who) and we went inside. Tim and I went into the office to check in with a nurse. She asked us some questions about our possible exposure to COVID-19. We are all wearing masks, by the way. It was not fun to labor in a mask. The check in process went smoothly but we still had to wait around for maybe 20 minutes before going to a triage room.

In triage, another nurse came to get my vitals and make sure I was in or approaching active labor. I was praying they wouldn't send me home because I felt like my body was almost ready to deliver Bee. The nurse checked me and said I was 4.5 centimeters dilated. This was around 9:30 PM We waited some time for them to decide to keep me and then I was given a COVID-19 test. This was one of those swabs (not cotton!) that they put up your nose. It felt like it was made of plastic with little spikes on it. It was actually more bothersome to me than the contractions because I couldn't "breathe through" the pain of the swab since it was in my nose!

I labored for 20 or 30 minutes while waiting for the test result. If the result had been positive they would have sent Tim away and taken me to a separate floor to finish labor and delivery without him. But it was negative! 

Tim and I went with another nurse to a labor and delivery room and I no longer had to wear my mask after that, though Tim still wore his until we made it to the recovery room. Once we arrived in the room, Tim left me with a nurse and he went back down to the lobby to get our luggage from my Dad who had been standing and waiting with it while we were in triage.

My water finally broke while Tim was downstairs. It was messy and I was startled by the sudden gush so that I had to really focus to regain control of my breathing. Contractions were almost back to back at this point, around 10:30 PM. After the water stopped flowing, I told the nurse I felt like I needed to push. She told me to wait for the midwife to arrive. I did not like that. I said I would try to wait despite the urge.

Once Tim returned to the room I asked -- no, I commanded him to count to ten for me again, over and over on a loop. Things felt pretty intense so I didn't have time to ask politely. Tim's counting really helped me get through the final contractions. At some point the midwife arrived along with more nurses. I was not paying attention to them. I was on my knees laboring while holding onto the back of the bed which was raised up on an incline.

I had hoped for intermittent fetal monitoring rather than having a monitor strapped onto me but I didn't have time to share my birth plan with the nurses that were present. A nurse continually adjusted the monitor on my belly while I was laboring and moving around a lot. I think both she and I were frustrated by the need to keep adjusting it to hear Bee's heartbeat. This is yet another reason I would hire a doula next time!

The midwife checked me for dilation right away and said that I was at 9 centimeters and should hold off on pushing if I could. But after a few more contractions my body just started pushing on its own. Then the midwife checked me again and encouraged me to push as hard as I could. This was my only regret during labor. I wish I had let my body keep pushing at its own pace. I had just progressed 4.5 centimeters in about an hour so I trusted my sense of how labor was going and what my body was telling me to do.

The midwife and nurses kept telling me to push and cheering me on. I wanted them to be quiet but I didn't have the time to tell them so. This is another reason to hire a doula! I pushed because I wanted it to be over and I didn't have the soundness of mind to remember that I had originally intended to let my body do the pushing.

Bee wasn't coming out. They could see her head. I reached down and touched her head. It was squishy and wet! The midwife told me to lie down on my right side for the next contraction. I had been on my knees up to this point. The midwife had been holding a warm, wet towel on my perineal area to help my skin to stretch safely as I pushed. They told me Bee's head was really big. I thought that was unhelpful in the moment but it's kind of funny now! 

When I was on my side, I pushed one more time as hard as I could and Bee slid out. I think I pushed for about half and hour in total. I tore but not a perineal tear so it wasn't measured by degrees. If you're curious to know where I tore, text me!

We were overjoyed! We praise God for keeping us all safe and healthy throughout pregnancy, labor, and delivery.

About her name:
  • Beatriz means "she who brings happiness; blessed"
  • Eva means "life"
  • Elena means "bright, shining light"
  • Bonus! Cortés means "courteous" in Spanish
  • We call her Bee instead of the more traditional Bea for Beatriz because of her initials (B.E.E.) and we think it's super cute
  • Tim's mother is named Eva
  • Rebecca's mother is named Elaine (like Elena)

We stayed at the hospital for two nights since Bee arrived so late that Saturday. My parents picked us up in our car with Bee's car seat on Monday morning. We've been loving life with Bee and constantly reminded of God's faithfulness by this beloved babe.

In gratitude and joy,


Friday, June 5, 2020

Groceries & Meals

Hello, dear ones!

We've had some requests for information regarding dietary restrictions and opportunities to support us with meals after our baby girl is born. We've compiled some ideas and information here since Rebecca's dietary restrictions make it difficult for us to safely receive homemade meals from family and friends. Thank you so much for your interest in serving us in this way! We appreciate you!

Tim & Rebecca

Gift Card Options
  • Tim would appreciate gift cards for Chipotle as a treat for himself while he takes care of Mom and Baby.
  • We eat some very specifically-ordered meals from California Pizza Kitchen and would love a gift card to order takeout in these first few months.
  • We shop for groceries at Mariano's and we order some items from Amazon to keep our kitchen stocked.
  • We would enjoy Starbucks gift cards as we like to take walks to get coffee some early mornings.
Rebecca's Dietary Restrictions

Here's the list of foods to which Rebecca reacts negatively. Please DO NOT purchase any foods containing these ingredients:
  • Gluten (Wheat, Barley, Rye, Malt, Triticale, Semolina, Kamut, Seitan, Flour, Bulgur, Brewer's yeast, etc.)
  • Most grains (Quinoa, Oat, Buckwheat, Teff, Millet, Sorghum, Amaranth, Spelt, Freekeh, Farro, Fonio)
    • She eats White Rice and Corn!
    • Reactions to these grains make many "gluten free" breads, snacks, pastas, and desserts off limits
  • Nightshades (Tomato, Potato, Eggplant, Bell Pepper, Spicy Peppers, Paprika, Chili Powder, Other pepper-derived sauces and seasonings)
    • Note: Sweet Potato and Black or White Pepper seasonings are okay
    • Note: Ingredient lists may refer to nightshades as "Potato Starch", "Other Seasonings", "Natural Flavors", "Spice"
Bring Us a Meal

If you want to supply us with a specific set of groceries to make a meal, here are some ideas. If you bring the groceries, we’ll cook the meal!

  • Rebecca's Breakfast
    • Oscar Mayer Natural Bacon
    • Kraft or Kroger Cheddar Cheese Block or Slice
    • Eggs - Cage Free Brown
    • Rice or Ener-G Classic White Rice Bread
    • Organic Girl Baby Spinach
    • Whole Bean Coffee - Ethiopian Yirgacheffe
  • Tim's Breakfast
    • Banana
    • Cereal
      • Apple Cinnamon Cheerios (family size)
      • Chocolate Chex
      • Honey Nut Chex
      • Rice Chex (family size)
    • Yogurt
  • Rebecca's Lunch
    • Salad
      • EPIC Bacon Bits
      • Blueberries
      • Cucumber
      • Eggland's Best Hard Boiled Eggs - Cage Free
      • Pearls Organic Pitted Kalamata Olives
      • Lettuce
      • Organic Girl Baby Spinach
    • Option 1: Sandwich
      • Hillshire Farm Honey Ham Deli Meat
      • Kraft White Cheddar Cheese Slices
      • Kroger Dill Hamburger Pickles
      • Ener-G Classic White Rice Bread
      • Sir Kensington's Dijon Mustard
      • Sir Kensington's Vegan Mayonnaise
    • Option 2: 
      • Tres Foods Pupusas - Spinach
  • Tim's Lunch
    • Sandwich
      • Kraft Swiss Cheese Slice
      • Lettuce
      • Mustard
      • Ener-G Classic White Rice Bread
      • Turkey Deli Meat
    • Xótchitl Tortilla Chips
  • Chicken Wings
    • Chicken Wings
    • Sweet Potatoes or Rice
    • Vegetable: Brussels Sprouts or Asparagus or Green Beans
  • Pasta
    • Eggs - Cage Free Brown
    • Kraft Shredded Parmesan Cheese
    • Organic Girl Baby Spinach
    • Tinkyada Elbow Brown Rice Pasta
  • Ribs
    • Ribs
    • Green Beans
    • Rice
  • Salmon
    • Rice
    • Salmon Fillet
    • Vegetable: Mixed Vegetables or Brussels Sprouts or Asparagus or Green Beans
  • Shrimp Fried Rice
    • Eggs - Cage Free Brown
    • Garlic
    • Honey
    • Lemon Juice
    • Rice
    • Shrimp (Fully Cooked, Tail On)
    • Simple Truth Organic Tamari Sauce
  • Steak
    • Steak
    • Sweet Potatoes
    • Vegetable: Broccoli or Asparagus
  • Stew
    • Beef
    • Celery
    • Garlic
    • Kale
    • Onion
    • Radishes
    • Rice
    • Sweet Potatoes
    • Whole Carrots
  • Tacos
    • Avocados
    • Beef Taco Meat
    • Kraft or Kroger Cheddar Cheese Block
    • Mission White Corn Tortillas
    • Lettuce
    • Limes
    • Onion
Groceries By Brand & Section
Here's a list of the groceries that we typically buy arranged by the sections of the store (based on the Mariano's in Bronzeville, Chicago). We've included underlined brand names where applicable.

  • Apples
  • Asparagus
  • Avocados
  • Bananas
  • Blueberries
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers
  • Garlic
  • Grapes
  • Green Beans
  • Kale
  • Lemons
  • Lemon Juice
  • Lettuce
  • Limes
  • Lime Juice
  • Onion
  • Organic Girl Baby Spinach
  • Peaches
  • Plantains
  • Radishes
  • Strawberries
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Whole Carrots
Cans & Jars
  • Canned Green Beans
  • Canned Mixed Vegetables
  • Canned Pineapples
  • Canned Peaches
  • Coconut Oil - Refined
  • Honey (squeeze bottle)
  • JIF Natural Peanut Butter
  • Kroger Dill Hamburger Pickles
  • Kroger Sweet Gherkin Pickles
  • Organic Raisins
  • Pearls Organic Pitted Kalamata Olives
  • Simple Truth Organic Grape Jam
  • Tuna (wild caught)
Gluten Free Aisle
  • Dandies Marshmallows
  • Ener-G Classic White Rice Bread
  • EPIC Bacon Bits
  • Tinkyada Elbow Brown Rice Pasta
Beverage Aisle
  • Welch's Grape Juice
  • Tart Cherry Juice
Cereal Aisle
  • Apple Cinnamon Cheerios (family size)
  • Chocolate Chex
  • Honey Nut Chex
  • Larabar - Cherry Pie
  • Larabar - Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip
  • Rice Chex (family size)
Condiments, Sauces, & Seasonings
Note: seasonings must be single-ingredient and pure. Look out for warnings that it may contain Wheat, etc.
  • Cinnamon
  • Cumin
  • Distilled White Vinegar (small bottle)
  • Distilled White Vinegar (gallon jug)
  • Garlic Powder
  • Italian Seasoning
  • Olive Oil
  • Onion Powder
  • Oregano
  • Morton Extra Coarse Sea Salt
  • Sir Kensington's Vegan Mayonnaise
  • Sir Kensington's Dijon Mustard
  • Simple Truth Organic Tamari Sauce
  • Sugar in the Raw
Other Dry Goods
  • Mission White Corn Tortillas
  • Pinto Beans
  • White Rice
Baking & Coffee Aisle
  • Arm & Hammer Baking Soda
  • Bigelow Chamomile Tea
  • Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Whole Bean Coffee
Snack Aisle
  • Almonds
  • El Milagro Tortilla Chips
  • Skinny Pop Microwave Popcorn
  • Quaker Rice Cakes (plain)
  • Xótchitl Tortilla Chips
  • 2% Organic Milk
  • Butter - Unsalted Sticks
  • Eggland's Best Hard Boiled Eggs - Cage Free
  • Eggs - Cage Free Brown
  • GTs Living Foods Original Kombucha
  • Hillshire Farm Honey Ham Deli Meat
  • Kerrygold Salted Butter (rectangle block)
  • Kraft or Kroger Cheddar Cheese Block
  • Kraft Cheddar Cheese Slices
  • Kraft Shredded Parmesan Cheese
  • Kraft White Cheddar Cheese Slices
  • Oscar Mayer Natural Bacon
  • Oscar Mayer Oven Roasted Turkey Deli Meat
  • Yogurt (Unsweetened plain or vanilla)
  • Bubba Burgers
  • Caulipower Pizza Crust
  • Katz Glazed Donuts
  • Organic Blueberries
  • Organic Strawberries
  • SoDelicious Strawberry Ice Cream
  • Tres Foods Pupusas - Spinach
Note: We do not buy from the fresh meat counter because of an increased risk of cross-contact with pre-seasoned food.
  • Beef (for stew)
  • Chicken Wings
  • Ground Beef
  • Perdue Gluten Free Breaded Chicken
  • Ribs
  • Steak
  • Taco Meat (Beef labeled as such)
Seafood (Pre-Packaged)
Note: We do not buy from the fresh seafood counter because of an increased risk of cross-contact with pre-seasoned food.
  • Salmon Fillet
  • Shrimp (Fully Cooked, Tail On)

Brand Photos

In case it's helpful as you shop for us, here are photos of some key brands that we know are safe:

Organic Girl Baby Spinach
Organicgirl Baby Spinach

JIF Natural Peanut Butter
Kroger - Jif Natural Crunchy Peanut Butter Spread, 16 oz

Kroger Dill Hamburger Pickles
Kroger - Kroger® Oval Cut Hamburger Dill Chips, 32 fl oz

Kroger Sweet Gherkin Pickles
Kroger - Kroger® Whole Sweet Gherkins, 24 fl oz

Pearls Organic Pitted Kalamata Olives
Pearls Specialities Pitted Kalamata Greek Olives - 6 Oz : Target

Simple Truth Organic Grape Jam
Simple Truth® Organic Fruit Spread Concord Grape -- 16.5 oz - Vitacost

Dandies Marshmallows
Amazon.com: Dandies - All Natural Vegan Marshmallows - 10 oz ...

Ener-G Classic White Rice Bread
Buy Ener-G - Gluten-Free Classic White Bread With Tapioca - 16 oz ...

EPIC Bacon Bits

Tinkyada Elbow Brown Rice Pasta
King Soopers - Tinkyada Elbow Brown Rice Pasta, 16 OZ

Welch's Grape Juice
Kroger - Welch's 100% Concord Grape Juice, 96 fl oz

Apple Cinnamon Cheerios
Amazon.com: Apple Cinnamon Cheerios Cereal, Gluten Free, 20.1 oz

Chocolate Chex
Chex™ Gluten Free Chocolate Reviews 2020

Honey Nut Chex
Honey Nut Chex Cereal 2 Pack Reviews 2020

Rice Chex
Rice Chex Cereal, Gluten Free, 18 oz - Walmart.com - Walmart.com

Larabar - Cherry Pie
Amazon.com : LaraBar Cherry Pie Nutritional Bar, 1.7 Ounce -- 16 ...

Larabar - Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip
Larabar, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip

Morton Extra Coarse Sea Salt
Morton Extra Coarse Sea Salt Grinder Refill - Shop Herbs & Spices ...

Sir Kensington's Vegan Mayonnaise

Sir Kensington's Dijon Mustard
Sir Kensington's, Spicy Brown Mustard, 9 oz (255 g) - iHerb

Simple Truth Organic Tamari Sauce
Simple Truth® Organic Reduced Sodium Tamari Sauce -- 10 fl oz ...

Sugar in the Raw
Amazon.com : Sugar In The Raw Turbinado Cane Sugar, 2-Lb (Pack of ...

Mission White Corn Tortillas
Mission White Corn Tortillas - 30ct : Target

Arm & Hammer Baking Soda
Arm & Hammer Pure Baking Soda - 1lb : Target

Bigelow Chamomile Tea
Bigelow Tea Premium Tea, Cozy Chamomile, 20 Tea Bags - Walmart.com ...

El Milagro Tortilla Chips
El Milagro Tortilla Chips | Foxtrot

Skinny Pop Microwave Popcorn
Skinny Pop, Microwave Popcorn Sea Salt 3 Count, 8.4 Ounce for sale ...

Quaker Rice Cakes
Quaker Lightly Salted Gluten Free Rice Cakes - 4.47oz : Target

Xótchitl Tortilla Chips
Amazon.com: Xochitl Corn Tortilla Chips, Salted, 16 oz

Eggland's Best Hard Boiled Eggs - Cage Free
Cage Free Hard-Cooked Peeled Eggs | Product | Eggland's Best

GTs Living Foods Original Kombucha
Original™ Enlightened Kombucha | GT's Living Foods

Hillshire Farm Honey Ham Deli Meat
Ultra Thin Sliced Honey Ham Lunchmeat | Hillshire Farm® Brand

Kerrygold Salted Butter (rectangle block)
Kerrygold, Salted Pure Irish Butter, 8 Oz. - Walmart.com - Walmart.com

Kraft or Kroger Cheddar Cheese Block
Kraft Mild Cheddar Cheese Block, 16 oz Wrapper - Walmart.com ...             Kroger Sharp Cheddar Cheese: Calories, Nutrition Analysis & More ...

Kraft Cheddar Cheese Slices
Kraft Mild Cheddar Cheese, Big Slices ‑ Shop Cheese at H‑E‑B

Kraft Shredded Parmesan Cheese
Kraft Shredded Parmesan Cheese 7 oz. Shaker | Parmesan | Donelan's ...

Kraft White Cheddar Cheese Slices
Kraft Extra Sharp White Cheddar Cheese Slices

Oscar Mayer Natural Bacon
Oscar Mayer Natural Smoked Uncured Bacon - 12oz : Target
Oscar Mayer Oven Roasted Turkey Deli Meat
Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Oven Roasted Turkey Breast ‑ Shop Meat at H‑E‑B

Bubba Burgers
Bubba Burgers, Gluten Free, Original | Beef | Sendik's Food Market

Caulipower Pizza Crust
CAULIPOWER 10 in. Gluten-Free Cauliflower Pizza Crust, 2-Pack ...

Katz Glazed Donuts

SoDelicious Strawberry Ice Cream
So Delicious Dairy Free Strawberry Coconutmilk Non-Dairy Frozen ...

Tres Foods Pupusas - Spinach
Spinach & Cheese Pupusa - Tres Latin FoodsTres Latin Foods