In which we discover proof that genetics is real

April 9th, 2011

After a period of misgivings, our experience with baby-led solids has been going much better.  Far less puking, far more eating.  At least, when Buggie feels like it.  He’s a willful thing and isn’t remotely interested in eating just because someone (like his mother) wants him to.  He’ll eat when he’s good and ready.

Or, when he’s presented with just the right meal choice.  Given the proclivities of his father, is it any wonder that pasta did the trick?

2 responses to “In which we discover proof that genetics is real”

  1. Opa says:

    Ah, yes, he is his father's son. Go for it, Buggie.

  2. Mandi says:

    When did he get so BIG??? He's sitting up!! He's eating!! I've been gone too long.

    Great job, Mac!!

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