When on a road trip, however short or long it might be, Miles always likes to be prepared. Which, in his case, means bringing a banana half as big as he is. "Daddy look at me! I'm a gorilla!" - Miles
Miles discovers one of the side-effects of lollipop consumption: the color-changing tongue.
We went out for lunch today, and Miles insisted that these would be the sitting arrangements: Yes, I was ordered to sit at a completely different table with my back to my family. But hey, I'll do whatever it takes for him to eat his lunch without a fuss.
Tasked with picking up a few things for an impromptu cookout last night, I ran across one additional product that I was immediately compelled to purchase. In addition to being -- and I think we can all agree on this -- completely excessive, you might also notice that these Oreos contain not just three different … Continue reading Year 4, Day 130
Miles has discovered a love of Nutella (his love of acting like a hambone is, of course, already well-documented).
Mommy went out to dinner with friends tonight and expected us to stay home and eat leftovers. ...sure, OKAY MOM.
This is the face Miles makes at the beginning of almost every meal. To be fair, his food DID come out last.
About a week ago, Jaclyn sent me a text reading, "Did you want to go strawberry picking at all?" This being, to the best of my recollection, the very first time we've ever discussed it, I replied, "Do you seriously think that's something I've ever given one second of thought to?" Anyway, this morning we … Continue reading Year 4, Day 79
We went out for brunch at a nearby spot (Cafe 100) this morning to celebrate Mother's Day, and despite Miles's tendency towards acting like a fool out in public lately, we actually had a great, relaxing meal! And...yeah...Miles acted like a fool a bit too. But at least we were outside!
As noted in previous entries, it's not been easy to train Miles to conform to expectations regarding dinnertime or even eating in general. He seldom has the patience to sit with us and frequently demands things other than the food provided to him (even when that food is the exact thing he requested minutes earlier). … Continue reading Year 4, Day 50