Wordless Wednesday – My Little Carnivore


Unlike her brother when he was her age, Olivia loves “meat.” She even calls chicken “meat.” She wouldn’t eat any dinner, but she grabbed a rib to eat on the go…

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  1. says

    Ugh – my first comment attempt appears to have gotten lost somewhere…

    Good for Olivia! None of my girls are big meat eaters, other than chicken (and Hannah even complains about eating that). I LOVE meat but unfortunately don’t get it very often.

  2. says

    That’s really cute! I think it’s great that she likes meat – it was hard to get my son to eat it when he was little!

  3. says

    It’s so hard to get my oldest to eat meat but she loves chicken on a skewer.Maybe she’d like ribs like your daughter, I’ll have to try it

  4. says

    I always love pictures of littles eating bones :) I think it is so cute because they are so unconcerned with how they look and just with enjoying each morsel!

  5. says

    So cute! I’m pretty sure my son might be a vegetarian because even now at 3 he quite deliberately removes the meat from his food while eating.

  6. says

    You always have such cute photos here for WW! I have one of my last born – second son third child … and last .. hubs and I will have no more children :-( He’s getting too big too fast! Hope u will stop by my friends!


  7. says

    lol! That is too cute. :) Both my kids call ALL meat, chicken. No matter what it is. I keep telling them, but they insist it’s all chicken.

  8. says

    Yum that looks quite tasty. I can see why she’d grab it and eat on the go. Funny about kids and meat. My nephew is going through a no meat phase right now.


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