Saturday, 9 November 2013

Irony in action

Two years, one month and a couple of days ago, when M was still being breast fed, I posted this Venn diagram of things my (other) children would eat.



Now M is (nearly) two and a half.  He'll eat many things: cornichons, olives and curried lentil soup included.

What he will not eat, however, are fish fingers.

12 comments:

  1. Hee hee - made me laugh a lot. It's like a mirror to our household. Very glad to see you blogging again. You were missed x

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  2. Serves you right for serving him cornichons!!

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    1. He *took* the cornichons. Off B's plate, as I remember.

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    2. I'm not sure I even know what they are. Gherkiny-type things, I think.

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    3. Very small gherkins. Nicer than gherkins though (which I don't really like). And only really nice when eaten in France. As so many things are.

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  3. I was one of those Mum's that swore I would not cook 2 meals, now I cook variations!

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    1. I only do that with eggs. And only two variations. There's invariably one who's not happy....

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  4. There are 3 in my house. All of an age where we should behave better. We have had 3 different meats with our roast dinner because we will not agree on 1 we will all eat!

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    1. You are either a saint or actually, officially, insane!

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  5. Damn! Oh how frustrating! I have a child who's favourite foods are prawns and chilli squid. And another who likes plain pasta and roast dinners. At least I only have 2 so only one person at a time is unhappy about their dinner!

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    1. I find one child who's unhappy about their dinner can whinge plenty though....!

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I know. I'm sorry. I hate these word recognition, are you a robot, guff things too, but having just got rid of a large number of ungrammatical and poorly spelt adverts for all sorts of things I don't want, and especially don't want on my blog, I'm hoping that this will mean that only lovely people, of the actually a person variety, will comment.

So please do. Comments are great...