We've had no problems feeding our 10 months old baby, and in general she eats (almost) all her meals without complaining. However, she figured out a few weeks back that spitting out the food is fun, and unfortunately we thought it was fun too the first time and had a little laugh.
Now she thinks it's a way to entertain us, so she's spitting food in our faces almost every time we give her food, and several times each meal. She has a big smile on her face and is expecting us to laugh. It's not because she's full, she just thinks it's fun. And to be clear: I'm not talking about the way she would spit out food she doesn't like, I'm talking about spraying our faces and bodies with food. She does this with all types of foods, not just one type.
We've tried saying "no", "don't to that" and similar things, and we usually take a short break from feeding her after she's done it (she will continue doing it if we continue feeding her straight away).
Is there a way to make her understand that this is not OK? We have to either cover ourselves with something, or change clothes every time we feed her.