He wakes me up! Cute moment, a young boy, one feeding ducks in a picturesque park refusing to let go of old bread – before he eats it himself
- Rowdy Ryan and his family went to Centennial Park in Sydney on Saturday
- They were looking for places for his birthday and stopped to feed the ducks
- A hilarious video shows that Rowdy gets bread for them, but he eats it instead
- The mother of the one-year-old said he never refuses a good diet
He was looking for a place to picnic, but the only thing this one-year-old had in mind was the old bread that fed his family of ducks.
Rowdy Ryan, who became one this week, visited three places for his first birthday party this weekend with Centsnial Park in eastern Sydney together with his parents and sister Stella Ryan (3).
But planning the Peter Rabbit picnic for the toddler was surpassed by Rowdy’s excitement to swing past the park’s Kensington ponds to see the ducks – and eat their food.
In a hilarious video that is posted online, the boy’s mother hands her daughter some bread, which she throws into the water.
“Here it is,” Stella, 3, shouts at the birds.
The mother then turns to her son for his turn.
“Rowdy, do you want to feed the ducks?” she asks and gives him a piece of bread.
Rowdy Ryan, who became one this week, visited Centennial Park in eastern Sydney to find places for his upcoming birthday
The one-year-old started feeding the ducks, but decided that he needed the bread more than the feathered creatures
But the young boy grabs the bread and shoves it in his mouth.
“Rowdy, you are meant to feed the ducks,” his mother says.
Rowdy’s mother told Daily Mail Australia that her son loves food.
“We had just had lunch and, as usual, the little man ate about twice as much as his sister,” she said.
The ducks in Kensington Pond did not seem surprised that Rowdy kept the old bread to himself
“It wasn’t even fresh bread. They were old crusts that I had kept for the ducks.
“This child will eat everything.”
The mother of two said that seeing the feathered creatures was high on Rowdy’s priority list during the weekend outing.
“He was so excited about seeing the ducks,” she said.
“He has never fed them before, but I thought he would just copy his sister as he usually does.
“So many people have noticed that I must have forgotten to feed him that day. But he just doesn’t like sharing food. “