This Video of Baby Chanel Trying a New Food Is Bananas!

See baby Chanel make the same adorable facial expression all babies do when they try a new food.

In an intimate new home video posted to Instagram, we get to see Coco Austin and Ice-T's too-cute daughter Chanel try bananas for the first time.

"Do you want feet, or do you want bananas?" Coco asks her adorable mini-me, who is busy grabbing her fuzzy, pink socks. The reality TV star mama spoons some pureed fruit into Chanel's mouth, and then, there it is!

There's the hilarious facial expression that every baby makes when he or she tastes a new food. At first, they kinda hate it. Then, they're completely loving it, and wanting more. (Unless it's a green veg, of course.)

In fact, baby Chanel, who, naturally is wearing a onesie that says, "A Coco and Ice T Production," starts voicing her approval of the yummy baby food, which is even more precious than her post-taste face.

The rest of the video consists of Coco trying to get a dog toy from underneath a stark, white sofa in the famous family's living room. We also get a sneak peek of papa asleep on a chair, in front of a GIANT screen TV, and a GIANT fish tank.

Of course, every video Coco posts gets hated on by someone. "Too soon!" chides one commenter to baby's first bite of bananas. But Chanel is about six months old, so as long as her pediatrician okayed introducing solids, then I'd say, "Carry on, Coco!"

Melissa Willets is a writer/blogger and a mom. Follow her on Twitter (@Spitupnsuburbs), where she chronicles her love of exercising and drinking coffee, but never simultaneously.

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