With shout-outs to Pop Pop, Tu Tu and Mer Mer.
Cheese ravioli with egg noodel, steamed broccoli, grapes and a glass of orange juice. Yum!
We’ve been spending some time talking into empty boxes, tubes, and bell jars. It was only amount of time until the activity was added to the dinner entertainment schedule.
Harper Sue is starting to use her spoon and fork more regularly at meal times. It’s still a 70/30 split between using fingers over utensils but her interest is growing and her aim is improving.
Harper Sue’s appetite continues to amaze us. Her love of yogurt creates many “works of art” including this one:
Yogurt remains on Harper Sue’s favorite food list for the 6th month in a row.
Her swim lessons with Dada and Pop Pop introduced the notion of underwater bubble face. She is a dedicated student and practices her assignments as often as possible.
Harper Sue found a new love of stacking. No, not blocks but rather food related containers.
While this obviously makes for some significant cleanup it’s also a great way to keep her eating while learning what does and doesn’t get food in your mouth most efficiently.