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January 15, 2012

on January 15, 2012

This kid LOVES to eat… She is unstoppable, unless you try to feed her with a spoon. Here she is eating a wedge of tortilla espanola. She ended up eating one quarter of the omelette after all was said and done, along with a piece of French bread and then some avocado and strawberries.

A bottomless pit! She ate at least twice as much as her 2.5 year old sister.





6 responses to “January 15, 2012

  1. Lori says:

    Lori G* commented on your post.

    Lori wrote: “Growth spurt perhaps? : )”

    • lisasff says:

      It could be. She is moving a LOT now, finally got forward motion while crawling… Jumping, standing, just moving All. The. Time. Even while she sleeps now, she’s moving. She just must need more calories now.

  2. Kate says:

    Go go gadget growth spurt! Or a serious foodie. Or both! It is just awesome all around though. Videos of new found motion to come I hope?

    • lisasff says:

      Yeah, she’s crazy!! Last night, we had a Tofu Keema, and she LOVED it. Aiglio e olio? Destroyed. She hasn’t refused anything we’ve given her – other than the purees. LOL!

      Today, she pulled up on the fireplace, but I didn’t have a camera near by, go figure. I’ll be working on capturing the movement. Soon. Yay!

  3. Thats awesome! Chloe went through a phase where she ate everything… Now she is a tad more selective, and though she’s still a good eater, I sometimes have to offer stuff a few times before she’ll agree to have a go at it. As long as she’s eating!

    • lisasff says:

      Teagan did the same – ate like a horse, everything we gave her. Curry, Chinese, Mexican, whatever. Nothing was ever pushed away, until she was full, and even then. Now, at 2.5, Teagan’s a bit more picky. We can usually get her to eat dinner – like last nights Tofu Keema – by telling her she needs to have at least three bites and then she can have something else like Cheerios with milk or yogurt. Most times she ends up eating it all. Sometimes, she gets cereal or yogurt. For now, it’s a stage for her. Lovely toddler, exerting independence stage. I’m hoping there’s nothing wrong with bribing a toddler to finish her veggies. LOL!

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