|It doesn't look that bad, right?!?!|
|Delicious and nutritious home-made baby food|
Goob seemed to enjoy that for about .2 seconds, and then would have nothing to do with it. He decided he wanted real food, the stuff that everyone else enjoys. I can't even believe what this kid will eat. I'm not sure if this happens to every mom after their first child, but my "first time mom paranoia" parenting style has turned into an "I don't have time to worry about every little thing" parenting style. Because of this I have decided that it is not worth it to be so concerned with what "they" tell me my baby should be eating as much as I did with Twodles. If it's small enough, and isn't seriously high up on the possible allergen list, its fair game. Having said that, here's one of my oh so wonderful lunch choices for Goob:
|That's right folks, it's a good ol' American HOT DOG!|
#1 Mom Moment C- That time when you allow your baby to attempt eating a stuck on Coco Puff wannabe from his brothers breakfast from who knows when, just because its pretty darn funny!
|You know its time to sweep and mop when...|
And as my reward for being such an awesome mom....
I finally experienced the joy of going to the bathroom "alone" and what a treat! Through the barricade separating me from my adorably needy children, I was graced with a chorus of Goobs tiny feet pounding like a beating drum against the door and Twodles chanting in unison "lemme in moooooommmmm!" Even still I quite enjoyed the moment to myself. I might indulge more often, so long as all the sharp objects and other potentially hazardous items (which can really be just about anything) are stowed out of toddler and crawling-baby reach.