Lately toast has been my own go-to breakfast option, perhaps because of the convenience and the fact that it’s not totally hideous if it has to be eaten cold due to a crying/hungry baby demanding attention.
Archie is so curious when it comes to food, which I love to see. It gives me so much hope that he’s going to enjoy eating and trying different foods as he grows up.
As he’s been super inquisitive over my choice of breakfast, I decided to make him his own pieces of toast to try and this was the result…
He loves to touch and feel different textures, so when there’s solid food like this in front of him, he spends a lot of the time grabbing it, dropping it and pushing it around on his highchair.
His hand-eye coordination is seriously developing thanks to baby-led weaning and he has no problem getting the food that’s in front of him up into his mouth.
As you can see…
He loves making the toast nice and soggy and has no issues in swallowing, with only the occasional build up in his mouth, which he then spits out.
There’s nothing nicer than seeing a child find food fun, because it should be an enjoyable experience. I’m looking forward to when we add some extra things like jam and peanut butter onto these slices of toast.
Does your little one like to eat toast?