Friday, May 9, 2008

More Green Beans

I am still too busy to sit and write a thoughtful post today. Tomorrow I am putting on a baby shower for one of my friends from church, and I'm just starting on the quilt that I want to make her (I'm such a procrastinator). If it weren't for my other friend, sariqd, I would have had to give up the idea of a quilt because I'd still be putting off all the things she helped me finish yesterday. I hope to have lots of photos of it to share next week as well as book reviews, movie reviews, jumping back onto Lara's Smart Habit Saturday (or should I even bother with the baby coming?), a post about autism spectrum disorder, a post about Friday preschool, and my promised posts about great literature for children, etc. See? I have high aspirations for this blog. Really I do. But for today you will have to be content watching how Sweet Terror gets her daddy to eat green beans. She used to do this almost every night as a way of avoiding her own food. Apparently daddies have a hard time saying "no" to little girls. (This was taken about a year and a half ago. Oh, and notice Monster Man's reaction to being asked about eating his carrots).

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8 comments:

Mrs. Annie said...

Love the look!

Michal said...

i love it. daddies will do just about anything for their daughters. what a cutie sweet terror is.

do you have someone you love with an autism spectrum disorder? kimball, our oldest, has asperger's syndrome. i'd love to talk more on the subject with you! i should really do more posts on the subject as well--it just always feels like i need more time to write those.

CC said...

What a great procrastination method!!!

Holly said...

That is such a cute video!!

Richelle said...

So cute! Thanks for sharing.

Leslie said...

Love the video...what a good daddy...loved the response to the carrots...don't you just love kids' facial expressions.

just jamie said...

I LOVE this. Very efficient method, too. Getting rid of the green beans and feeding Daddy. Clever.

Becks said...

That. Is. Awesome.