He speaks!

Sun 9 Nov, 2008 at 10:44 pm 1 comment

Well he’s been babbling for a while. Actually, since Luke’s 8 month birthday, he’s been eating us out of house and home (in the noodles, carrots, squash and chicken department). But we have found catching him on video to be next to impossible! Finally though we caught him on camera!!

On another note – re: eating – if you ever feel like your baby will never turn a corner and start eating – be warned – no adult lives on milk. Therefore at some stage, they start eating, it’s just a matter of time. Luke now is eating two full (and I mean FULL) meals a day + snacks. He has eaten three a day some days – but he easily eats two + snacks. Now if only we could expand his menu. He LOVES pasta, bread/toast, carrots, butternut squash, broccoli, chicken (preferably Swiss Chalet – but any kind will do), pot roast, Baby Mum Mums, Farleys biscuits, unsalted crackers, pureed apples with any kind of baby cereal … that’s it. The list seems long – but it does require making a second meal all the time!

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  • 1. Alistair  |  Mon 10 Nov, 2008 at 4:37 pm

    Thanks for the comment. I’ll be putting prayer points on today or tomorrow. I can’t believe Luke’s getting soo big. I’ll have to show this to my Granny. She still has a wedding picture your mum gave her hanging on her wall and talks about you regularly.
    God Bless,
    Alistair

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