(baby babbling) – I think she just farted. (laughs) (upbeat music) – Hello. – My name’s Paul. – This is Isay. (baby babbling) – Eat. – You wanna try food? – Yeah.
– Yeah. – Food. – Food. (upbeat music) – Oh. – Yeah. – What is it? – Yeah, that’s what the Pakistani’s say. – She seems to like it. – Uh oh. – Uh oh. – Eat it. (laughs) And here she goes making a mess. You need a napkin? – Yeah.
– Yeah? – Mommy. – Oh, what’s this? (upbeat music) Oh, yeah. (laughs) – It smells good. – Oh, you might like this one. – She loves fruit. (upbeat music) (laughs) – No, no. (laughs) (laughs) – You don’t wanna try? – Bye bye. – Let me feed you. – Mmm.
– Mmm. – He’s had these. My brother-in-law is from Israel. Yeah, do you remember eating
these with Uncle Henry? – Peanuts. – Her other daddy is allergic to peanuts. So, we’re not having a
lot of peanuts at home. – Special treat today. (baby babbling) – I think she just farted. (laughs) – Want more? There you go, good job. (upbeat music) – Here, I know you liked
the puffs didn’t you. But here, try this. (baby whining) – Uh oh, you’re gonna get mad now? (baby whining) (laughs) – No? (laughs) – Oh my gosh. (laughs) (speaks in foreign language) (upbeat music) (baby babbling) (baby babbling) – You like this. – That’s a win. (banging noise) – Do you like the- (baby yelling) Oh, okay. I’m not sure if you’re
crying because you’re done, or are you crying because I’m
not feeding you fast enough? – No, you try first. You don’t like it? Let me see. You don’t like it that much? (laughs) – Are you all done? I guess not. (laughs) – Say, “Peace out.” (baby mumbles)