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When your little one is to the stage eating finger foods by himself, remember to keep it healthy. There’s no reason to change the good habits that you’ve started this far. A great food is still sweet potato. You can easily bake one when it’s convenient for you and have it ready for meals.
Also, check out the recipe for the Baked Sweet Potato Fries.
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This week has seemed monumental in some strange different ways. No, we didn’t master a cup or spoon. Neither boy said a first word. We didn’t stay clean throughout a whole meal. But, cups are being held on their own and meals have been fairly quiet and uneventful. Well-rested boys make for good mealtimes. I know I’ve said this before, but I speak again from experience. We’ve just gone through a period of some wacky waking in the mornings, super tired for morning naps, and some long periods trying to fall asleep in the afternoon. This can now visibly be attributed to teething. This has happened before and when it does, mealtimes tend to go a little haywire. I don’t have any new recipes to share from this week, but do have some notes on some foods the boys devoured.
FOOD DESCRIPTION & PROCESS
These were the staples in our meal list this week.
WHAT I LEARNED
Keeping it simple can be a good thing for everyone involved. I was also reminded that freezer is my friend and thawing some of the basics sure came in handy.
Everything still seems to get a generally good reaction. Even the pork and fish were scarfed up without hesitation. I can definitely see some preferences, especially in the order they choose to eat things and which things require seconds, but we hardly have a plate that doesn’t get emptied.
When you’re making something, make extra for the freezer. You’ll thank yourself later.
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