She has tried all fruits and vegetables.
The problem is that I am still chopping up foods into tiny tiny pieces and hand feeding them to her. When I say teeny tiny pieces, think of tic tac and then halve it.... I will often put several of these pieces of food in her mouth (unless its a spoon fed meal like a stew, or porridge )..and she will make chewing sounds and smack her lips and move her jaw.
DD also sometimes gets carried away eating and will burst out laughing or start blabbing or making sounds and I just worry that if there was a bigger piece in her mouth that it could cause her to choke.
The problem that I have is that I see people talk finger foods and they are all large pieces ..larger then what I am giving...and I can't seem to make myself offer something that big in fear of choking. How can I transition into giving her bigger pieces and when should I do that? How can I get over my fear of her choking?
Edited by PandoBox, 25 July 2018 - 07:44 PM.