My child does not stop eating.
A 2-stone, yoghurt-demolishing, rice-cake-inhaling, humous hoover who barely bothers to chew… She is definitely her father’s daughter…
Looking back, perhaps I should have seen the signs…
|The broccoli journey… fowl.|
|These lasted about 2 weeks before Ella’s Kitchen
became the main food provider in the Wally household…
|The now famous ‘bread sneer’.|
|Rice pudding pleases me.|
|Rice cake heaven…|
|What. Have I got something on my face?|
|I won’t be eating anything other than ice cream now.|
|This isn’t ice cream.|
|Toast is my friend.|
|You may think you’ve won by making me eat salad,
but this is in fact my angry gilet.
|I find the only way to truly appreciate a banana is to eat it whole.
With a pancake.
|Horse or not, these meatballs are like miniature balls
of meat-flavoured love. You may live.
Ahhh, those first couple of years where they'll eat anything, I remember it with fondness….and so will you… 😀Reply
lol – I knew it was going too well… god is there any part that I can look forward to.. PAHAHAHA xxxReply
It's a rainbow curve from 'anything' through the wilderness of 'mild cheddar sandwiches' back through to 'anything but especially if it's drizzled with Jalopeno/Vindaloo sauce and scores 4 chillis on the menu….Reply
well I bet that makes for exotic nappies… or do they coincide that stage with potty-traning… *tuts* – #beginningtoregeretthewholething… lol xReply
What's known in the trade as A Good Little Eater 🙂Reply
ha 😉 yes – that she is xReply
I love the picture journey!Reply
Makes me realise how big she's got 🙁 why can't they stay smaller for longer! Boo x thanks for the comment 😉 xxxReply
Lucky you…mine doesn't eat at all (unless it's coated in chocolate)!Reply
lol – I've probably just jinxed myself and by tonight she'll eat nothing but Heinz Biscotti… 😉 xxReply
Sounds familiar! Love the rice cake and ice cream photos! xReply
:))) x thanks 😉 xxxReply
Enjoy it while it lasts. Our Austin used to eat so much that he was perfectly spherical – as wide as he was tall. Now all that he will eat is cheese, smoked salmon and mussels. A strange little boy.Reply
Sounds like a good diet to me! lol xReply
Gosh this made me laugh! Mine's a total Hoover baby too. Except she won't eat bananas like normal babies. I have to disguise them in fromage frais and sneak them into her. If the banana to yogurt ratio is too high she susses it and spits them right back out. Gah!
Just Pirouette and Carry On…
lol x mine will eat anything. ANYTHING. ha! xReply
What a lovely post! It will be interesting to see which way she goes when she reaches the crossroads! My youngest was a good eater… At first, and now has a VERY short list of things he will eat. While my eldest has a deep and abiding love for food and has a very short list of things he wont!
PS: Sorry, I removed my previous comment because I haven't got a proper profile on Google+ yet!Reply
The 'crossroads' lol – I shall remember that term! I guess I will ahem to wait and see 😉 xReply
hahaha, sounds like M. He loves to eat most things though throws me a disgusted look if I try to give him Hummus.Reply
Haha 😉 quite an acquired taste I suppose! Mine pops olives like sweets – truly odd… Lol xReply