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.

9 comments:

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! :)