March 17, 2010

DON'T FORGET TO FEED YOUR KIDS

My days are blurring one into another. It's like I'm on summer vacation, except during summer vacation, if you forget to give people breakfast it's not a big deal.

But during SCHOOL, if you child doesn't eat it's THE END OF THE WORLD.

Because they get angry stomachs and have to go to the school nurse who has to call you because your overly dramatic child "may be showing signs of appendicitis" when really this all could have been avoided with a piece of toast.

Happy Wednesday.

12 comments:

  1. oh snap. love those overly dramatic kids. :)

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  2. Wow...signs of appendicitis, huh? I think the school nurse may be a little dramatic, herself.

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  3. OH MY!! Yikes


    PS.. thanks for stopping by my blog and I can't wait to meet you at CBC

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  4. Been there, done that, except my kid refused to eat breakfast on purpose because he wanted to eat a muffin and we didn't have any because the teenager ate the last one earlier.
    It was amazing how much better he felt after I brought him home and fed him.

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  5. My summers seem to be all about forgetting meals. I love it when Daddy comes home and talks to the kids about their day, and he asks, "What'd you do for lunch?" Then they all look blankly at one another until they realize they didn't eat lunch, because someone forgot to feed them. Heh. It's not like they didn't have enough snacks to hold them over...

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  6. I hate it when that happens.

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  7. Um, yeah, my kids have missed a time or two...or three.

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  8. I relate! mornings are so crazy! thats easy to forget

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  9. HAHAHAHA, oh man, that is so funny! I love the dramatics!

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  10. Tenille - COMPLETELY overly dramatic.

    Lauren - if you push on his stomach, he screamed and writhed in pain. BECAUSE HE'S AWESOME.

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  11. Plus, do you know how much I love that ALL OF YOU have forgotten to feed your children?

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  12. Doesn't matter if my son eats breakfast or not. He still eats breakfast at school and he eats lunch twice. TWICE! Then he comes home and wants a snack, and dinner and dessert. Where does he put it?

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