Baby bullet

Bought a baby bullet to prepare N’s food. Honestly, it’s a wonderful gadget to have. Easy to wash! And so fast when comes to prepare baby food now. Since we been feeding him 3-4solids daily, it’s really worth buying.

To fully utilized it, I also use it to prepare snacks for M&J. Thanks to haze, I have to make sure we all take fruits as snacks 2-3times everyday, plus lots of h2o as well. So I use my plain yogurt to make yogurt snacks for them whenever I prepare fruits for the boys. So N can chew on fruits, while M&J gets fresh fruits yogurt!

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These are some of the foods I prepare for N.

Nathanael and solids

Nate has started taking solid for a good 6weeks. He doesn’t show much interest during the first 4weeks. But I still diligently serves him solids 2-4times daily. He usually will take 1-2spoons and then clamps his lips tight that nothing gets shovels into his mouth.

The most he could take at 1 meal is 3tablespoon.. Pathetically little! So far he has tried banana, avocado, rice cereal, brown rice porridge, pumpkin, apple, pear, grapes, carrots, sweet potato,mango, millets, baby peach, bread, pao skin…. That’s all I could think off. I realize he loves bread and pao skin, probably cause he sees us eating it, hence he shows greater interest in it.

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I always wanted to snap pictures of his food but always forget!

Nate @ 6mo

Finally he is 6mo already. Brought him to 6mo immunization. He weigh 9.7kg & 71cm. Nurse commented that he is big size. And they were awed when asked and Nate is fully breastfed.
He is sitting unsupported by himself. And yesterday he manage to get himself to sitting position from crawling.

He has started on solid since a week plus. Tried rice cereal, apple purée, banana, bread, carrot, pumpkin, pumpkin porridge. He starting to enjoy it more in recent 2 days. He finally knows how to open up his mouth so I could scoop food into his mouth.

He is also becoming more clingy and starts to show sign of separation anxiety.