Anyways, if this is your first time linking up, I only have two rules (and one suggestion):
1) Only share photos you took yourself. 2) Don’t steal any photos shared through this meme. 3) Suggestion: copy and paste my new button to your blog so others know you’re participating.
I should also mention that your “wittle ones” can include your own children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren and/or clients…as long as you were the one holding the camera. I fully recognize that “wittle ones” vary in age – so feel free to link up whoever you think of as “wittle.” With that, I’ll hush and get to the photos. Today’s Wittle People Wednesday is all about eating. At six months old, we’ve entered the wild world of solid foods. Felicity actually loves sitting in her high chair and we’re still wondering what took us so long to set it up. If I need a break from entertaining, I will often put her in her high chair and let her do a little independent play. She feels like such a big girl in it.
So far, we’ve tried sweet potatoes, pears, apples, squash, bananas and prunes. Felicity loves apples and pears…surprisingly, she also loves prunes. I don’t think I’ve ever eaten a prune. I mean, I love raisins…but, for some reason, I always thought of prunes as gross. However, I refuse to feed my baby anything that I won’t try myself which means that I have also now tried prunes. Not bad…who knew?
Yes, my girl does love to eat…but she also loves to nurse and we’re not giving that up anytime soon. However, there’s something about all three of us sitting around the dinner table eating together that I’m really loving. Perhaps it’s the fact that she’s no longer sitting in our laps and trying to grab our food…either way, I’ll take it!
Now that I showed you mine, it’s time for you to share photos of your wittle people. Have a great week!
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