Feeding Frenzy! Ivanka Trump Shares Adorable Video of Theo's First Food Tasting

Ivanka Trump had a family-filled weekend in New Jersey


Feeding time is a family affair for Ivanka Trump.

In a sweet video posted to her Instagram account, Trump, 34, and her husband Jared Kushner, 35, gave their 6-month-old son Theodore James his first taste of real food — with some help from Theo’s big brother Joseph Frederick, 3 next month, and sister Arabella Rose, 5.

“The whole family feeding Theodore his first ever spoonfuls of food — apple sauce!” she wrote. “I cannot believe how big he is getting! #Milestone #solids.”

In the video, the entire family shares words of encouragement to baby Theo.

“Ready, Theodore? Here you go,” Kushner says as he puts a spoonful of applesauce in his baby’s mouth. “Try this Theodore. That’s very yummy.”

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Then, Trump chimes in with some information about the homemade sauce.

“Is it apples we just picked from the orchard?” she says, as Arabella tries to show her baby brother the tricks of the trade, telling him, “Open! Ah! Ah!”

“Arabella and Joseph picked them off the trees,” Trump adds.

Earlier in the day, Trump posted a photo of her family’s apple-picking progress. “One of our favorite fall traditions — apple picking in New Jersey,” the mother of three wrote in the post.

And both Mom and Dad — and even big brother Joseph — wanted to make sure Theo enjoyed his first real meal, frequently asking the baby, “Do you like it?”

“Is it too tart for him?” Kushner asks, as everyone awaits Theo’s reaction.

From raising her three children to consulting her father Donald Trump on his presidential campaign, Trump has kept herself busy these past few months.

“My life is chaotic right now,” Trump told PEOPLE earlier this summer. “I’m exhausted 90 percent of the time.”

“Being a mother is the most rewarding experience, but also the most wild and stressful.”

— Blake Bakkila

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