Baby Led Weaning

Growing healthy babies with healthy appetites


How utterly bourgeois can you get? Sushi, by god… in my day we thought Findus Crispy Pancakes were exotic.

But really, she thought it was delicious. It was just M&S's little pepper round ones, while I scarfed down the fishy offerings, but she definitely enjoyed squashing the rice out of the seaweed and eating it. She had a good bash at the seaweed as well, to be fair, but in the end it defeated her and she pulled it back out of her mouth in an inky green ribbon. And millions of Japanese children can't be wrong…

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2 Responses to “Sushi”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Can't log in, as am away from home and have forgotten password, but it's spingle here. Not sure if it's bad form to suck up to a blog owner, but good heavens, Aitch – you're a genius! Ran into M&S yesterday for a sandwich on our way up to Inverness to see inlaws, and realised that I had brought nothing but a few paltry rice cakes and dried apricots for the Nome's picnic dinner. Saw sushi, remembered Babybear, and lo and behold, the Nome wolfed it down. Have to say that I did remove the seaweed, as she was eating in the car on her Daddy's knee, and I don't need to add bits of seaweed to the junk already in my car. The other thing I can heartily recommend are M&S mini pittas – just the perfect size for two little hands to hold, and smeared with cream cheese for an excellent second course. This is just too much fun! I am going to have to hold my hands up and admit that I mostly do BLW for precisely the reasons demonstrated above – I think “disorganised parent and baby having to put up with” weaning is more accurate in my case….

  2. Anonymous says:

    that was certainly my motivation for doing it, spingle. m&s also make an incredibly expensive edamame salad of which babybear is fond…
    all sucking up gratefully appreciated, by the way.

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