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11 June - New Favorite Foods...

Hi there. It's Sumari from EasyHealthyKids.com, and this week: New Favorite Foods...

The family: Fred is a headstrong 2 year, 7 month old toddler boy, and Sarah is my sweet 6 month old baby girl.

This week, Fred found his new favorite toddler meal and Sarah tried fruit from a mesh feeder. I also found a great activity that got them playing together.

Fred's favorite food of the week - My father in law gave me a pack of cut prawns, and I found this new Prawn Fried Rice recipe that I decided try.

My toddler son enjoyed it a lot, although I wouldn't say it's for young babies. The pieces were a bit too small for Sarah to eat.

I'd say this recipe is for babies 9 months old and over, especially toddlers.

Sarah's favorite food of the week - Sarah loves eating out of her fresh foods feeder (it's a mesh bag where you can put fresh fruit and veg in). She especially enjoyed eating kiwi fruit through the mesh.

It's a handy little device, because she is also learning to hold the handle of the feeder.

Fred's morning tea box of the week - I love to pack 1 serving of fruit, 2 servings of veg, something sweet and something savoury. Fred loved his morning tea box and went back to it a few times.

It contained grapes, carrot sticks, celery sticks, paleo ginger snap cookies, and brown rice crackers and cheese.

Fred and Sarah's activity of the week - I love to do activities that involves both children at the same time. I got the idea to play with a balloon, and hitting it with a fly swatter, from this great post: 15 No Prep Activities For Toddlers.

Fred and Sarah enjoyed playing with the balloon and fly swatter. Sarah giggled as the balloon went up in the air. We played a few times with the balloon and fly swatter until the balloon finally burst.

Remember, balloon are choking hazards, so watch them!

Joke of the week - This week, 45 Funny Questions You Can Ask Your Kids. I love talking with my toddler son and these questions will open up a dialogue.

Me: What do I do for a job?

Fred's Answer: Kitchen

Do you have any great recipes or fun activities that you want to share? Let me know by replying to this email.

Talk to you next week.



P.S. If you try any of these activities or recipes, let me know! I'd love to hear how you found them.

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