Over here at chez le sprout we practice baby-led weaning.
Baby-led weaning (def.): (1) The epitome of lazy parenting, only with a fancy name.
We have discovered that the sprout is quite fond of guacamole. So when the dude said he wanted to make tacos for supper I thought, score! Not only did I not have to make supper, but it was an excuse to make guacamole.
Yes, we eat guacamole on our tacos. We also only ever eat soft shelled tacos. We also put grated carrots on our tacos. Okay, we are admittedly a bit odd.
Baby-led weaning (def.): (2) Hand baby food. Sit back. Take pictures.
In an attempt to get more guacamole in the sprout's mouth and less on the floor (or flung across the table...) we started making guacamole sushi rolls. These are really easy.
(1) Make guacamole. Take the fruit of one avocado, the juice of one lime, 1/4 of a small onion roughly chopped, salt and pepper. Combine in a food processor until well blended and smooth.
(2) Rip off a piece of tortilla and coat said piece of tortilla in guacamole.
(3) Roll up said piece of guacamole covered tortilla.
(4) Hand food to baby.
(5) Take pictures
Avocados were harmed in the making of this blog post but it was all in the name of tastiness!