Only said once a year in our house (and for the first time this year):
“Today is the ONLY day of the year you are allowed to have chocolate BEFORE breakfast!!”
Seconds later Jai and Aidan find all the hidden eggs, including ‘the legendary golden egg‘. Jai’s words and we have no idea what he’s talking about.
Merry Chocolate Ea(as)t(er)ing everyone!
“I WANT MANGO. I WANT MANGO. I WANT MANGO. I WANT MANGO. I WANT MANGO.”
Aidan has an addiction.
Can you guess what is?
Master Jai was lucky enough to have blue jelly and a packet-meringue for dessert last night.
In true kid-style, he mashed it up into a swirling mass that was barely recognisable.
Then he requested some custard, made for us adults, be added.
Oh dear. Now it looked like a snotty mess.
Despite the appearance, he still ate it.
This morning, the moment he walked into the kitchen, asked this question:
“Can I have jelly for breakfast?!
Sigh. “No dude, Jelly is NOT a breakfast food.”
Jai thinks he is so smart: He stepped outside, into the cold air, stepped back in and said “I need jelly to cool me down!!”
It’s gonna be a long day.
[This happened at 7.30am this morning!]
I hobbled towards lounge-room looking for Jai. Found him pushing his dining-chair down the hallway.
Me: “Where you going with that?”
Me: “What do you want?”
Dear gawd. Every morning. Yet again.
Me: “Buddy, seriously, again, they are a special food, not a breakfast. Mummy hid them because you keep stealing them!”
Jai: “KIDS NEVER GIVE UP!”
I swear I saw a little man with a blue face wearing a kilt materialise beside him.
Me: “Then know your limits.”
Jai: “I HAVE NO LIMITS!” Yep, he just said that.
Me: “Well, the marshmallows do.”
Somehow I distracted him from the location they are hidden.