First, I cooked the frozen carrots.
Then, I placed them in the food tray to freeze.
Then, Luke got to try some (not frozen, though). What do you think he thought of them?
I think it was the texture that was actually bothering him, not the taste. I finally mixed some with cereal, and that worked much better. The second night, the carrots were a little bit more of a hit. We told him, "Luke, you have to start with these vegetables to eventually be able to eat big boy food with Daddy." OH NO! What will he eat if he eats like Marc?
On a totally different note, we felt we must share this photo. Luke hasn't cried during his bath since he was a couple of weeks old. However, he still hasn't figured out the joys of bathing. So, when he does get a bath, we usually get this look -- not upset, but not happy either. Someday very soon, when he can sit up, we're sure he'll enjoy his bath with toys and all. In the meantime, we just chuckle when we see this face. And, as usual, the fingers are in the mouth. They must taste good or something.