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August 24, 2008

Garden of eatin’

Filed under: General — Tom @ 9:10 pm

We got ourselves a fine new eatin’ locale this weekend:

Garden of eatin'

I didn’t even bother to take a picture of our old table. It was just far too embarrassing to go public with. Suffice it to say, we feel like actual adults now, and have to figure out how to actually take care of real-fine furniture as such*.

That said, we didn’t particularly eat like adults for our first meal at the table:

First meal at the new table - wow

A passable Red Baron pizza and . . .

Stretching the meaning of "cuisine"

Really stretching the meaning of the word “cuisine” here. Amanda liked the pudding, which, amazingly, marked the first known time she has ever eaten pudding, believe it or not. A shame it had to be wasted on Kid “Cuisine” pudding, but not every “first time” is noteworthy – as is evidenced by this entire meal.

*If you’re wondering, the chairs are still covered in a protective plastic, which we chose to keep in place until I got a chance to thoroughly Scotchgard them. It’s not just having a messy child around. We also have a messy adult around. Me.

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2 Comments »

  1. The Kid Cuisines make me throw up a little bit. They’re so disgusting.

    Sam LOVES pudding. Jell-O makes a little pudding cup that’s chocolate and sugar free… so they’re only 60 calories and won’t make your kid’s head spin circles on her shoulders.

    Comment by bekah — August 30, 2008 @ 8:46 am | Reply

  2. THAT’s what I forgot at the store! Dammit . . . well, she’s having enough junk this weekend that missing out on pudding won’t matter too much.

    And never, ever again for Kid Cuisine.

    Comment by Tom — August 30, 2008 @ 12:50 pm | Reply


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