I’ve always been a big fan of my lovely squishy Avent baby bottle. Right from the start I could happily swap from boob to bottle, and then once Mama went on permanent boob strike I joyfully sucked down my evening milk for the last 18 months. The discussion at our one year health visitor appointment was fairly… Continue reading We dropped the bottle (and it didn’t hurt at all)
It’s no secret that MA-MA and I love to eat. But what we feel equally passionate about is avoiding food waste. It’s absolutely shocking, but unfortunately we’re almost all guilty of throwing away a lot of perfectly edible food. Every year, 1/3 of all food produced is thrown away, about 1.3 billion tonnes. If you… Continue reading Let’s stop wasting good food!
In preparation for my first international holiday next week, I’ve been thinking about my pals abroad, and whether their foodie experience is any difference to mine. I decided to interview my good friend Sander, who has an American mummy and a Norwegian daddy. We met when we were both still in our mummies’ tummies at… Continue reading Sander’s foodie life in Amsterdam
I am almost 18 months now, and I’ve seen things. I’ve been through the whole weaning lark and am now very much on three adult meals a day. Given that it’s well over a year since my first spoonful of baby rice, I thought I’d put together some eating tips for my more youthful friends, guaranteed… Continue reading Eating tips for my younger pals
A few weeks ago I went to the baby clinic for one of those deeply undignified naked weigh-ins. At one point, I overheard Chef Anna telling the health visitor about my extreme enthusiasm for eating anything and everything, and she suggested that this was because MA-MA breastfed for a fair while and thus I was… Continue reading My Family and Other Animals