It should be noted that Sawyer has not been overly joyed with any of the fruit selections I've given him thus far. First up was prunes. I guess it's not surprising he turned his nose up to those but when the pipes get clogged, you do what you have to do. For inquiring minds, it didn't really work. We still have 3 containers of prunes that stuff that will probably never be used. Maybe I can bake with them. I've definitely done that with sweet potatoes.
Next up was applesauce. I decided I was going to make the baby food for him this go round. Honestly, I didn't do it with Colin because I thought it'd be hard. I'm not sure why that stopped me but it did. Being more educated on nutrition and such, I decided this was a no-brainer. My mom got me this book:
Fast forward 2 months or so to this past weekend. Somewhere in between there I tried bananas and he tolerated those more than the previous selections but still wasn't gung ho about them. I set about to make the peas and it literally took all of about 10 minutes. Easy peasy! Sorry, that was terrible. I should be ashamed of my kindergarten humor. Well I do live with essentially 3 children, so please forgive me. When I start resorting to flatulence humor, then you can reprimand me to get me back on track.
Back to the story. Geez, I'm getting off subject a lot in this post. I was very anxious to feed Sawyer this beautiful lime green delicacy I had slaved over. His response? Well see for yourself.
|Hi, Daddy! Hey what are you doing with that black thing and what is Mommy trying to shove in my mouth?|
|I don't know but I'll sure try it. I love nothing more than putting random objects in my mouth!|
|I guess I better quit staring at Daddy and focus on what's going on here. This is not like my favorite milky treat.|
|Um, I'm not so sure about this. As a matter of fact, this is my last bite. Try again.|