Until a few weeks ago, we were extremely proud that Devon would eat pretty much anything: seaweed, falafels, olives, onions, and pretty much anything on our plates.
“Yes, we’re doing this parenting thing right,” we said.
Then suddenly, as soon as he turned one, he proved us wrong. When toddler-hood hit, he pretty much stopped eating anything, and whatever he does eat he only nibbles in tiny quantities. We’re quickly becoming those parents who feed their child bread and corn because those are the the only thing he’ll actually eat:
Despite the reduced calorie intake, we’re lucky that for now he loves feeding himself. It’s a new thing he discovered and he loves showing it off, and we get to sneak some extra nutrition in his tummy. And he’s still a nut for fruits.