My friend and I exchange babysitting. I started to notice that every single time that she watched my 17 month old son, he would wake up later in the night. He is a good sleeper generally. The other day she came over to watch him and I was just starting to give my son dinner. I told her before she came that I had cooked and she and her son (11 months old) were welcome to eat. She asks me if its ok if her son had a piece of my son's food. I said sure not knowing that she would continue to feed him half of my son's food instead of making her son his own plate. My son eats A LOT! He eats almost the same portions as I do and so I figured out this is why he was waking up-he was hungry. I dont want to be rude to her but I dont know how to approach this and I am annoyed-what would you do?Answer Question
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