My husband and I don’t eat out a lot. Typically my husband cooks or we eat take out at home. We do make a point to go out for sushi once or twice a month, however, and it’s a great place to eat out with Sebastian. Plates are cheap and there are lots of options.
Sebastian burned his hand last week but the bandage did not hold him back at all.
Our bebePOD baby seat still works better than the restaurant high chair or booster seat. It seems as though Sebastian has just hit a new stride in eating and is a lot less messy, but I still do a quick sweep of the floor before we pay our bill. Kiwi typically hits the ground as it is slimy and hard to hold onto.
On this particular trip, Sebastian enjoyed cucumber salad (mainly cucumber soaked in a vinegar sauce), kiwi slices, an order of teriyaki chicken (we split a plate three ways) and rice wrapped in fried bean curd. Chicken never ends up on the ground. The fried bean curd was a surprising big hit as well.
Sebastian ate so much on this trip that he was still eating after Mom and Dad had finished their plates. As he becomes a better eater (managing food in his mouth better and dropping a lot less) we can focus on our own food more and it makes a great experience for everyone. He eats enough now that he doesn’t need to be breastfed before loading him back in the car – Daddy cleaned him up in the bathroom and we hit the road.