Miles CANNOT make it through ONE meal without blanketing the floor in food. On a note that I'm SURE is TOTALLY unrelated, he really loves Cookie Monster.
DAT GRAHAM CRACKER LYFE.
From seemingly out of nowhere, which I suppose is where all quirks and eccentricities develop from when you're a toddler, Miles has started exhibiting a weird new habit over the last few days. He'll take a bite of something, a banana or a cracker for instance, then keep it in his mouth for anywhere from … Continue reading Year 2, Day 210
A weekend at the grandparents' house provided a rare opportunity for Miles to try a meat product that even I, a voracious omnivore, can't help but feel a little uneasy about: scrapple. While Jaclyn has become known for making Miles eat lentils, chickpeas, and other unfortunate non-meats, Miles has come to not just recognize, but … Continue reading Year 2, Day 209
16) The Corn Dodger We all know what happens to corn in the digestive system. ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. This poo is here to remind you of this. An otherwise unremarkable misshapen, half-dollar-sized ball of waste, the Corn Dodger still manages to be slightly nauseating due to the pronounced flecks of yellow housed within its brown depths, … Continue reading Year 2, Day 186: Poop Update 11!
Ever since Miles has started feeding himself, he's always wanted to give back for all the time Jaclyn and I have spent feeding him. This charity is demonstrated at some point nearly every meal, as Miles, after carefully considering the piece of food between his fingers, will hold it up to me. At first, I … Continue reading Year 2, Day 161
At Miles's insistence, we drove north today to partake of Concord's brand new Krispy Kreme. But this is no ordinary Krispy Kreme -- oh, no -- this one features customizable donuts, milkshakes, and ice cream sandwiches. We ended up with a dazzling array of carefully constructed confections, and although Jaclyn and I ate the bulk … Continue reading Year 2, Day 160