My friend has a one year old that she brought to my baby shower and she likes to pawn her off on me (which is fine, I love her baby), but this time when she did it Joey (the baby) had a mixture of cake, guacamole, and fruit all over her hands and face. I was so grossed out that I handed her back. My friend said that I'm not prepared at all for being a mom and it made me feel bad.
I just think that even though they're babies, they can still be kind of clean, right? I don't know, but I'm still going to try. I'm just really weird when it comes to things with food and being a polite eater haha.
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So it's totally different with your baby, but I like you prefer to have my daughter (even at age 2) start to learn her manners about keeping clean and being a polite eater. I can tell you that in doing this at only 2 she can't stand to have dirty hands, she eats with her utensils, and she always has to wash her hands, no neither she or I are OCD, but I just prefer that she is clean, and not icky. Does that mean that she is always clean, NO ... not a chance, nor would I want her to be. She still plays outside and gets dirty, but she likes to be cleaned up when she is done. You are going to be a great MOM, don't worry, like another poster said NONE of us are ready for it, until it comes.
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