This week I am coming to you, internet, for some advice. It’s all about soup.
How the hell do you get a toddler to eat soup?
Is my kid the only one who doesn’t eat it?
Am I the only mom who doesn’t even attempt it?
I see on Landon’s daily that they have soup and he NEVER eats it. From my perspective that is kind of a “duh” statement. Soup is hard to eat. You have to have some serious spoon skills. Hell my kid can’t finish a serving of rice without it going everything…so liquid? Not gonna happen. But I have been thinking lately, I am just crazy? Should I be trying to teach him to eat it or wait until he decides which hand he likes to use more?
On top of all this, it is cold and I want to make soup for dinner…ya know…with grilled cheese and shit but I don’t wanna have to make him something else *insert whiny voice here*. I could sneak in more veggies, introduce new spices and just have another easy meal in my pocket but I am gun shy.
So do you serve soup? Any tips? Magic spoons? Ponchos?
Here are a few selections from this week’s toddler dinners…