Recipe for a Mess

Ingredients

  • 1 high chair
  • 1 plateful of delicious homecooked rice, topped with yummy gravy
  • Colorful kiddie utensils from Ikea (Ethan loves these and was introduced to them in Nando’s.  We spotted them at Ikea and got him a pack)
  • 1 shirt-bib from Ikea (Ethan does not take kindly to the conventional bibs, so we found this gem when we were in Ikea last weekend.  It looks just like a t-shirt, but the back is open.  Fixed to the baby via velcro at the neck, it contains a pouch in front to catch all the stuff that would potentially drop while baby is eating)
  • 1 very hungry toddler

Method

Put all of the above together and wait to see what happens.

Caveat: Expect some cleaning up afterwards.

 

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4 comments

Wow… Ethan can handle both fork and spoon at the same time - that’s some pretty impressive hand control even though the aim needs to be improved upon with time. Heh. :)

Joyce says: Yep. Meanwhile we will just have to make do with the messiness. :P

i love your title! :)
he can hand the spoon very well, even better than 3 yrs old boy!

Joyce says: Really? He loves hitting the plate and table with the spoon too! :D

Wahsehh…I also didn’t know about the shirt bib even though we always go to Ikea. Okay…need to rush off to Ikea to buy now…for my messy little terror, Shayanne. Thank you so much.

Joyce says: Hehe…takes someone from Penang to tell you eh? *wink*

i also didn’t know about the shirt bibs!!!

Joyce says: Well, now you do! :) Thanks for coming by and see you around soon!