Aurora generally knows what she wants and how she wants it.
Nevermind that the way she might be going for it might be slightly unconventional or awkward.
She knows what she wants and how she wants it--so she goes for it!
This applies to more than just food. For instance, she recently learned how to climb onto our chairs and from them onto the table. So we started keeping our chairs either tucked all the way in or pulled way out from the table.
Aurora still climbs them--and gets kind of stuck.
But only for a while--since she manages to wiggle into the smallest of places quite often.
I've got to constantly keep at least one eye on her. I thought mothers were supposed to grow eyes in the back of their heads! Where is my pair?!