When decorating Baelor's doughnut cake with candles, I perfectly placed three candles on top. Minutes later I realized I had forgotten one! That's right, Baelor is FOUR! Since it was just a couple of days after the new year, we still had family in town to celebrate with. It was a dry and super-cold day so I made five different flavored soups: Chicken noodle (for the kids and non-risk takers), Curry Lentil (one of my favorites), Split Pea with Ham, Potato with Sausage and Kale, and Tomato Bisque. I honestly had only made the curry lentil before so I wasn't sure how they would turn out. They were definitely full of flavor and seemed like everyone liked them. Although the kids weren't too thrilled about soup, but were happy when Baelor's doughnut cake was ready to be eaten. Since I spent the whole day making the soups I had to go easy on the cake!
Probably his favorite gift was the package of various sharks. He is totally into sharks, whales, fish, boats- good thing I decorated his room in a fishing theme!
|Finally in junior Primary with Reina|
Mealtimes are also a challenge because he does not prefer to eat meals but rather a snack every two hours. I guess this is normal? Reina was a mealtime girl and not picky either. We are happy that Baelor does like vegetables though, of course when HE decides he wants them though. Some of his favorites are raw cabbage, kale, radishes, celery, cooked carrots and beets. Some of his least favorites are potatoes and corn (weird huh?). Some other favorite foods are: fish, fish sticks, gum, milk, parmesan cheese and other stinky cheeses like feta and goat, chocolate and plain raw oats with brown sugar on top.