I love feeding my toddler. And it's nice, he loves food. Most of the time. I mean, he is a toddler.
So what did Reuben eat for dinner this week?
Day one: vegan, gluten free bread (he has an egg and dairy allergy) gluten free stuffing, cranberries, humus, and chicken. Since I have a gluten allergy, most everything he eats is also gluten free. So, you know, I can eat it too. Mamma doesn't have time to make separate meals for everyone.
Day two: leftover gluten free stuffing, mandarin oranges, chicken (aaand he dumped his plate haha)
Day three: chicken sausage, red bell peppers and kale skillet cooked, with a side of sweet potato. He ate only the sweet potato and the sausage, showing his true toddlerness for once. He wouldn't eat a bell pepper at all. I tried.
Day four: peas and carrots, corn and quinoa noodles, tomato, humus and green olives.
Day five: chicken salad, crackers, olives, and homemade jello with grass fed beef gelatin
Day six: peas, apples, and baked carrots with coconut milk
Day seven: Green curry that he immediately dumped out and threw his bowl on the floor when I went to grab my phone to take a picture. Can you tell how pleased he is with himself?
I really enjoy cooking. I like cleaning up a very messy toddler less. And I really dislike the chore of scrubbing down a high chair. Mostly because it happens 3x or more a day...breakfast, lunch, dinner...not to mention any snacks that I feed him in it! I am so over the thing.
Reuben turns 18 months soon, and I can't wait to see how his tastes improve, and learn what his favorite foods are. Right now it seems to be olives. The boy can eat his weight in olives, and when I give them to him it's always the first thing he devours.