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Yummy! How old is he? X
She! Ha ha – she’s 11 months. x
Priceless!! It might be a new beauty therapy 🙂
Hmmmm…can’t say I’m tempted to try it out for myself.
Oh I’m so sorry! I don’t know why I just presumed a boy, maybe the lack of pink! On closer inspection I can now see she definitely looks like a girl 🙂 x
Ha ha – it’s OK no offence taken, she is wearing grey dungarees afterall and has very little hair! x
Just brilliant! We have lots of pics like this at the moment in our house as we go through the weaning process. Lots of food fun and LOTS of mess x
I have so many pictures of my child covered in food I don’t know what to do with them – it’s impossible not to take a snap when she gets it all over herself though! x
She seems to like food! 🙂
She’s a bit of a gannet, admittedly! x
awww. Gorgeous as always!! xx
Thanks lovely. She’s a little monkey smearing it all over her face though!
Oh Bless! So cute!
That made me smile… I predict you will have minxy trouble on your hands in the future!!
In the future?! It’s started already!
ME… naughty? NEVER!
You’ve got her down to a tee…
Bless her x
The first comment really made me laugh. My son didn’t get any hair until he was two. And whenever I dressed him in an orange or yellow T-shirt, people thought he was a girl!!!
Love this picture. She’s enjoying her food – so why not wear it?!!
It’s not the first time she’s been mistaken for a boy – it’s all about the hair I think!
Tala is also weaning at the moment – it’s messy work xx
Incredibly messy. But also incredibly fun. x
Sooooooooooooo gorgeous x
Thank you – she can be desceptively cute sometimes…
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