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For breakfast thus far...

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Jacob either eats a lot or is the anti-eater. He prefers the title of anti-eater... but today for breakfast thus far he has eaten (please don't be grossed out at the combo, he is eating so I feed, I don't question what he wants!), a bowl of cereal, a banana, one yogurt, a piece of balogna, and a piece of pizza... oh sh... yeah I just had a heart attack because the biggest crash just came from the kitchen. I bolted down there and Jacob was running from the kitchen (one can not run quietly with a tin of chocolate covered cashews!), he had pulled a chair to the counter and knocked about a thousand things over to get to this tin - that I don't think he knows what is in it... and he nearly had chocolate covered cashews. He has only been awake for 1/2 an hour and he has eaten this much.

Maybe today is the day he will gain weight???!!!???!!!

I by the way do not enjoy the "I can pull a chair to the counter and get to anything" attitude!

  1. Blogger Lori said:

    Sneaky one!

  1. Blogger Leslie said:

    Nothing is more satisfying than seeing kids eat. I tend to get very frustrated when they don't..hooray for him.

  1. Blogger Blessed75 said:

    "I can pull a chair to the counter and get to anything" attitude!

    ROFL - I about died laughin' on that sentence alone. I too am going through that with my son. I FEEL for you! Thank you for stopping by my blog. It's always nice to meet new people and I will certainly come back and visit your family! Take care and God Bless!

    Nikki

  1. Blogger Cori said:

    Don't worry they all start to eat and get bigger. My son 10 never ever ate. Now I can't get him to stop. I wish he had that I can get to anything attitude because he still wants me to everything for him. At 18 I am sure I will still be cutting his waffles.Help me!!

  1. Blogger Bumbling Bav said:

    He must be growing!!!! Yahoo for you, you get to purchase more food and clothing. LOL

    I love it when they eat too! My son is just a skinny thing and he eats most of his food in the morning.... the rest of the day he is the anti-eater! Supper, ya I do not think so. We spend the supper hour say "Brett, please eat your dinner." Finally I give up and release him from the table just so I can eat quietly! LOL

    He so has my number.

    Andrea

  1. Blogger Barbara said:

    LOL! Reminds me of my own kids. I love the term "anti-eater"
    Wishing you sunny days!
    http://seeking-serenity.blogspot.com/

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