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Feeding time is bonding time

The boy has a voracious appetite for food. Not a fussy eater and he gets delighted whenever you show him a bite of something new. He has a preference for anything in your bowl and gives you a sour look when you let him taste something which doesn't exactly please his Baby tastes.

As every Parent would know, it isn't always easy Feeding a child. They will take a few mouthfuls when they are hungry and lose interests midway in the meal. Every day it's a challenge and some parents have no choice but to leave the task of feeding the child to the childcare teacher, the grandparents or even their domestic helper.

When I am at home, I'd try to feed him during Meal Times. I get to know his likes and his dislikes by observing his body language and we spent time giggling at each other. I'd correct him when he's showing his tantrums and he knows I am not someone whom he can bully. Some of the most funny facial expressions he made are during meal times, and I am sure no mummy would want to miss that. 

I dread to think that his baby days are limited; every single moment we spend together is a treasure.

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Feeding time is bonding time


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