First Ice Cream ConeJuly 6, 2017 / byLauren Foster / Categories : Feeds
While we were at the beach last week we took Piper our for her very first ice cream cone. This girl loves breads, muffins, etc. but we don’t do a lot of desserts. When she had cake at her first birthday party, she looked confused and then spit it out, so I wasn’t sure how she was going to feel about ice cream. When we ordered the ice cream cone she didn’t even reach for it or pay attention to it because she had no idea what it was, ha. Part of me felt like, ‘oh no, we are ruining her do we really want to do this.’ But the other part of me knows that she would eventually eat ice cream and it’s a delicious treat that I knew would be a fun adventure to experience together. Plus, I want to teach her that all things fit in moderation.
We got two cones to share, a strawberry and a vanilla. She’s a strawberry feign, so I thought she would love that one the most, but she was all about the vanilla.
Can’t wait for more ice cream adventures!
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