10 Month Update -

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lauren kearney says:

I am so jealous of the appetite and of the fork-loving! They all go on the floor here!
I do love watching the sleepy wriggles, so amazing how they can move about so much! If you feel like sharing the sweet potato biscuit recipe do let me know, sounds yummy!

Thanks for linking up!

Kate Everall says:

Haha! I can guarantee you that it’s a fluke and he’ll be back to food flinging in no time!

The recipe for the biscuits was this one: http://www.myminimeals.com/3-ingredient-sweet-potato-biscones. They come out between scones and biscuits. Nice with a bit of butter 😉

He is doing so well!
I love seeing the positions that Aria gets in in the cot, recently she has been on her back with her legs up in the air leaning on the side of the cat, crazy children!
I’m glad weaning is going well. I really need to start baking her some more snacks and treats, I made banana muffins the other week and she really enjoyed them.
Today I was lazy and she had veggie fingers, which again, she really enjoyed !

Kate Everall says:

The positions are crazy! I’m sure I’ve found T like this as well. I don’t understand how they can do it all in their sleep but whilst awake, nope!

Weaning is definitely getting better – although we still have days of zero consumption (although I’m starting to think this is related to the previous days eating or when something is brewing!). Ooooo. Banana muffins! They sound good – I’m still trying to find more snacks so this will be handy (although I’m conscious of how much banana I’m baking with!)

I love lazy days – he had fish fingers and home made chips the other day and loved it. We get treats – why can’t he?

Thanks for commenting, I’ve only just spotted it – apologies for delay!

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