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Phil is three and he's a painter! Check out his masterpieces!
Phil started eating solid food around five to six months. We introduced him to mushy foods first, such as rice cereal mixed with breast milk, rice porridge (congee), and fruit sauces such as apple sauce. We gradually introduced more foods to him like chopped up salmon, boiled broccoli, and even sushi! Phil is quite a foodie. If you make eating enjoyable and fun, your child will love to experience new foods and not be a picky eater!
Are you thinking of taking your baby or toddler to Medieval Times? Are you wondering if that's a good idea? Well we did it, and in hindsight, we would have waited until Phil was older to bring him to Medieval Times. If you don't purchase an extra seat for your child, he or she would have to sit on your laps. And you can't bring a stroller into the "arena." So I'd advise for you to not go to Medieval Times for now with a small baby or toddler. He or she won't be able to enjoy the show anyway, and the food isn't baby friend either! A whole chicken eaten with your hands! Hot vegetable soup! Ribs!
Have you thought about taking your child to enjoy Korean BBQ? What a treat? You won't regret it. Phil has eaten at so many restaurants, and has learned to enjoy little adventures and delicious meals with us. What a treat Korean BBQ was for Phil!
Have you thought about introducing your child to sushi? Phil started eating sushi around 12 months old (1 year old). He hasn't tried the raw seafood sushi yet, but has eaten sushi with fried veggies (tempura) and California rolls, which include fake crab meat and avocados. Sushi is an amazing finger food for babies and toddlers. They can play with it, explore it, taste it! Sushi is great for babies who can eat solid foods! Check out our sushi adventure!