2 years 8 months
For a long time, even before getting pregnant, my husband and I wanted our children to be independent particularly with food preparation.
I took these photos over a number of days, so please don’t think A just eats ham and cheese 😆.
A can make his own breakfast. He can get a bowl and spoon. He can get a Wheetbix out of the panty, crunch it up, and pour in the milk. I pour the milk into the jug while he is busy with his crunching.
What about lunch? Putting together a cheese and ham wrap isn’t an issue.
Squish the cat gets involved too.
Here’s A prepping pizzas 🍕
’Sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle’ he says as he sprinkles the cheese over the sauce.
On goes the ham and pepperoni.
How about an egg sandwich? A’s not up to peeling the shells although he had a go - it was just a little too hard.
But he could mash them up!
He mixed in the mayonnaise and then spread it into his sandwich.
Although A cannuse the rest of the kitchen - this is own area. Here we keep all his cup, bowls, plates and jugs. He also can use this fridge for his drinks and snacks. He does grab a chair and pulls open the big fridge and the pantry to get stuff out of there too.
Opposite the fridge and shelf, A has a small table and chairs and a set of drawers which are actually empty at the moment
Hi, I'm Pamela. A nail crazy lady with green hair. I live in outback Queensland with my toddler and my husband. I love books, writing and crafting. For more info about me go to my 'About' page.