I don’t know what it is with Kaia these days, all she wants to do is eat snacks! When it comes to sitting in her highchair for a meal, it literally is a struggle. I had to google this to see if this was normal toddler behavior and it sure was. (They are claiming their independence right now supposedly…) Ok, now when will this phase end, because I want to pull my hair out when it comes to meal time?! Do any of you other mama’s have this problem? If so, what are some of your tips and tricks to make your toddler eat? Please share with me.
Rhys has generally been a really good sleeper and is a happy baby. One day he was extremely upset and fussy. After ruling out hunger, dirty diaper, fever, and tiredness we figured it had to be his teeth.
The next exciting milestone we celebrated recently was starting Rhys on solids.Since his father and I are foodies, and eat almost everything, I was excited to discover his likes and dislikes. I was also eager to start making his food so I could understand what he was eating and feel good about what is going into his body.
Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas celebrating with their loved ones! We are in Seattle as it’s our yearly tradition to spend it with our dad who lives here. The weather here is such a nice change where we can bundle up, drink hot cocoa, and eat tons of delicious baked goodies. It’s so fun to see Kaia being so interactive this year and boy, she loves all the baked treats she’s been getting to eat. You should see her belly! Haha.
With the holidays quickly approaching, many new parents traveling with their little ones can feel quite stressful and anxious. I have made two trips with Rhys so far and learned some great traveling tips for a new mom like myself. The first trip was when we relocated to Hawaii from NY for the winter, a direct 10.5 hour flight and the second was a quick island getaway to celebrate our anniversary on Kona.