Yep, DD 16months does that exact same thing, although she kind of eats the spread/filling off first. She will not eat cheese on her toast. She will eat it on its own as a snack, but if I put cheese on her toast she pulls it off, inspects it and clearly finds it lacking and flicks it in the floor.
She also somehow eats a sushi roll so that she is left with just the seaweed in a big square, and barely
Any rice left at all (except for the kilo or so on her face and clothes and car seat if I happened to be stupid enough to let her eat it in the car).
Omg, that made me laugh! I want to go and get sushi now just to see how he eats it! Cuuuuute!
Today's attempt was hot cross buns (yes, I know it's January but I couldn't resist ) and eating all the sultanas first then the inside of the bun then the 'crust' . Everyday he amazes me
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