Picky eaters – giving babies food?

Toddlers may resist new foods for several reasons, but just because your children spit out avocados the first, second, or third time you feed them,
it doesn’t mean they won’t one day turn into a guacamole lovers.

Special bowls, spoons, and cups can get your little one excited about sitting down at the table… and do not underestimate the power of rhymes 🙂

Here we have gathered rhymes that can be used while eating or giving babies food.

At the Kitchen Door

One, two, three, four

_ at the kitchen door. (Say your child’s name.)
Five, six, seven, eight.
Eating
__ off her (his) plate.

Pease Porridge Hot

Lyrics:
Pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold.
Pease porridge in the pot, nine days old.
Some like it hot, some like it cold.
Some like it in the pot – nine days old.

One, two, Buckle My Shoe

Lyrics:
One, two
Buckle my shoe,
Three, four
Open on the door,
Five, six
Pick up sticks,
Seven, eight
Lay them straight,
Nine, ten
A good fat hen,
Eleven, twelve
Dig and delve,
Thirteen, fourteen
Maids a-courting,
Fifteen, sixteen
Maids in the kitchen,
Seventeen, eighteen
Maids a-waiting,
Nineteen, twenty
My plate’s empty.

Five Fat Sausages

Lyrics:
Five fat sausages frying in a pan
All of a sudden – one went “BANG”!

Four fat sausages frying in a pan
All of a sudden – one went “BANG”!

Three fat sausages frying in a pan
All of a sudden – one went “BANG”!

Two fat sausages frying in a pan
All of a sudden – one went “BANG”!

One fat sausage frying in a pan
All of a sudden – it went “BANG”!

No fat sausages frying in a pan.

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