Friday, November 14, 2008

Two. He's Two.

I made the cub a sandwich.

The sandwich was the low-brow of all sandwiches.

The outer core of the sandwich was constructed from what one usually feeds the ducks. Wonderbread.

And on the sandwich was placed things I once swore I would never feed my child. Bologna. Kraft singles.

I would have even added a squeeze of miracle whip, but there are just some lines one does not cross.

...and STILL he did not eat.

But he did flush Thomas the Train down the potty.


Melanie said...

The weirdest thing of all is that that sandwich looks appealing to me right now . . .and I can't stand bologna.

Dana said...

HAHAHAHA! You are so funny!

I'm really laughing out loud.

DeWald Family said...

yeah, we have that problem some days too... I have found that chicken nuggets, store bought and cooked in the microwave always work! Good luck!

breanna said...

I can totally relate. What do these kids run off of anyway? Milk? I just keep telling myself that he's a big boy now and he's not going to let himself starve to death. If he's hungry--he'll eat.

Kristy said...

That actually does look kinda tasty. Leave it to you to make nasty food look good.

Bart said...

How could he not eat that? I loved those sandwiches when I was little. I still do love them (once a year or so).

Chelle said...

I used to say that too--"I'll never feed my kid that." And there is such truth to the phrase, "Desperate people do desperate things." I'm having a very hard time getting Siena to eat right now too--she is so PICKY and all she wants is disgusting Fruit Snacks!

Chris and Tara Mason said...

I feeling your pain lately! Ben has decided that he doesn't like meat! I really don't know where it came from because 2 months ago he loved meat!
At least you held out on the mayo - blah - that stuff is nastay!

Rachel Evans said...

Little buggar! 2 year olds are sooo picky. Good thing he will be 3 soon! :)