My daughter is 9 months old, and she has her two bottom teeth as well. I felt the same way you do, but in all honesty I've gotten over it for the most part. She shows way too much interest in my food and everyone else's that I finally gave in and started with tiny pieces so that if she wasn't able to chew it up, she could swallow it whole and not choke. I gradually made them bigger so she would get the hang of chewing, which she has done. I strated her out with mushy foods, like mashed potatoes, baked potatoes, etc. You know soft stuff she could use her tongue to help her eat rather than teeth. As she got used to those, I started giving her bits of crackers, she would kind of suck on them until they were soft, and pieces of bread. And recently I've given her tiny pieces of ground beef, a little egg. She has strarted chewing, even with just the two teeth. She's doing great, I just have to make sure she doesn't stick her hand in my plateand grab her own, because she of course doesn't understand taking small bites on her own. To help ease yourself into feeding her table food, just give her things that are mushy, like potatoes, cooked carrot wheels cut into small pieces, and things like that. And just keep her right next to you so that if something a piece is too big, you can take action right away. I'm still afraid my daughter will choke so when she's eating I don't do anything but sit with her and watch her.