i think mine would be raspberries. i love raspberries. every once in awhile i'll snag some from the groc & leave them out to snack on every time we walk through the kitchen. they usually last for an hour or so.
i offered one to mr. picky eater son today. i'm trying this new thing where i act all nonchalant & like i couldn't care less if he eats whatever i'm offering. he reached for one & i thought, "wow, this is working. good job, kel.", then it was like his three year old stinkery self kicked in & he suddenly jerked his hand away & yelled "no!" and looked @ me like i was the wicked stepmother offering snow white a poison apple.
thank goodness he still eats baby food. yes it's true, we feed our 3 yr old baby food. hudson might not touch a raspberry, but he slurps down pureed, non-spiced mush in no time. he even sometimes asks for "vegetables" (as we call them). it's the only way he'd get any nutrients, so don't judge me, people. :)
and since i've been picking on him, here's hudson doing 2 things he DOES like (you knew i had to add a few pics for certain family members)...
|drumming. the child LOVES the drums.|
|reading in his little reading corner. current favorite? curious george makes pancakes|
ps: i meant to post this week about christmas ideas. it was a tough choice i faced for this end of the week post - christmas ideas, like i promised, or pictures of kids for family. christmas ideas next week.