Monday, March 10, 2008

Told You




These pictures merely serve as an illustration of what I was talking about here. I hadn't even thought to give Francie her own spoon at this age. Clearly, the times have changed.
This also proves that I didn't eat all the fat-free pudding cups by myself.
Just most of them.


7 comments:

  1. she's just saving some for a snack later ;-)

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  2. Clearly, you own stock in oxiclean. At this rate, Bun will be feeding himself with a fork and knife before his first birthday. It's never to early to teach independence.

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  3. That has to be the cutest pudding-faced child I've ever seen!
    I think you should take an "after" picture in the same outfit and send it in to the detergent company.

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  4. That girl is going to have some strong bones. You're giving her fat free dairy products loaded with calcium and most likely fortified with vitamins. The chocolate is incidental.

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  5. Anonymous4:09 PM

    Don't you just love when you put the bib on in order to limit the "damage" to the clothes and the bib is what remains the cleanest? We have very very very similar pics of Ayden (and always chocolate).
    You are right- three is the downward slide.
    Mirabella MOM

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  6. How cute is she? I just LOVE messy face pictures :)

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  7. Oh the joys. I wish I could smile like that with such a yucky face. You know you are a grown-up when you break out in a sweat cos you may hav spinach in your teeth....

    Love your blog. And you deserve ALL THE AWARDS! Lots little people and a consistent sense of humour - enviable.

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