She was, however, a trooper. We borrowed a special booster seat for her as the restaurant (carefully chosen for its being right round the corner from the house) didn't have any high chairs and she sat right up at the table between Mummy and Daddy. She loved it and she sat patiently waiting for the food to arrive (with a little help from a few breadsticks and sultanas!)
|choosing what she will eat, perhaps she will just eat the menu!|
She ate all her food (stolen from the plates of all the grown ups) with not even a hint of a fuss and then even waited patiently for our puddings to arrive, she had a little Grandad's custard and one of Mummy's strawberries.
|I assume I am trying to lay down the rules here, from the look on my face!|
I couldn't have been prouder as people leaving noticed her and told me they hadn't even realised there was a baby in the restaurant. In total she sat at the table for 50 minutes and I was incredibly grateful she was so good natured and that she took it all in her stride. We'll need to think of another reason to go to a restaurant now!
Today was a sad day as we had to say goodbye to Granny and Grandad, we probably won't see them again until Christmas time but it was lovely to haev them visit us here in Loughborough
|Naomi loves her Granny and Grandad|