Monday, November 28, 2005

Walk Softly and Carry a Cheese Stick

There are few things I need, I'm not high maintenance, but I do need things. I need my kids to not whine or hit and not throw heavy wooden balls at my inlaws new wall. I also need them to walk softly when they are in the halls of buildings. They for some reason still have not comprehended the fact that in apartment buildings children are to be seldom seen and never heard. Its just good manners to those that are around you. My kids don't have good manners at least not today.

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D has become quite the eater. Its something that I am not used too. Now he is always hungry and finishes almost everything. I now have to carry around food with me because a meall doesn't last very long with him. My choices of snacks are peperoni sticks and cheese sticks. If I don't carry them with me I am bombarded from both kids by the phrase "I'm hungry". Although I am glad that they are eating and growing, adults too need a routine and I'm just not used to it.

Thaks to Jen for letting me use her computer again.

6 comments:

Jennifer said...

Anytime my friend,

I wish I had such a problem with my kids eating too much. But you already know all about my woes with Jason.

Karen said...

Wow, ditto. A pepperoni stick is not a snack for my son -- it's lunch! I am still struggling...

Karen said...

Oh, I forgot to say I love the title of your post and how it fits in with the content.

ABQ Mom said...

Seriously while my in-laws where here they couldn't believe how much of a grazer my son is. I know he was always asking me for food, but when it was just out and available it was eating all day long!

I also loved the title of your post and how well it tied in!

Proud Mum said...

I love the title, too. You are very clever.

My son is a grazer and he's only one. Good to know as I look ahead that I won't be the first to walk that path!

Allrie said...

Love your title. This too shall pass. My trite saying for all parenting woes. It is true (albeit sometimes unfortunately)