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When Mama's Sick

Sometimes life calls for compromise. This week has been rough because the little guy has been sick and now I've come down with the crud too. In an effort to 1: make the little guy smile and 2: get out of cooking, I let him choose what he wanted for dinner last night. His menu:

- Chocolate ice cream with sprinkles
- Squeeze cheese with crackers
- Peeps (thanks Nana)
- Guacamole dip with chips (OK, this was my menu addition)
- BBQ potato chips
- Milk (his choice, I promise!)

Hubs walks in, looks at our buffet spread out on the counter.
Him: What's for dinner?
Me: You're lookin at it.
Him: Dip? We're having dip for dinner?
Me: Dude, I'm sick, gimme a break...it IS homemade...
Him: I'll fix a sandwich...
Me: Fine, more guacamole for us.

Comments

  1. Sounds like something my daughter would want, although she'd probably add some sort of ice cream. Hope you both get well soon! :O)

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  2. Feel better! Tell the hubby that he can fix dinner for the family is he doesn't like the fantasticly random buffet spread. :-)

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  3. That's such a cute menu! Hope you feel better soon!!

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  4. That is the cutest thing ever! I wish I would've been there! It sounds way better than our dinner :)

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  5. OOOOOOOOOH! SQUEEZE CHEESE! Yes, please!!!

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  6. feel better! and ice cream with sprinkles sounds like a perfectly good dinner to me!

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  7. All I have to say is: What's wrong with this menu? Is it supposed to be unusual in some way? Are squeeze cheese and Peeps not part of a well-balanced meal??? Now you tell me! P.S. Hope y'all are feeling better.

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  8. Hysterical...I LOVE your little guys menu selections...absolutely priceless...hey, at least he was going to wash it all down with a glass of milk. I hope you all feel better real soon!

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  9. lol at the menu. I am a closet cheese in a can lover. psst Don't tell. ;) Hope you feel better soon.

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  10. Great menu...works for me. Sometimes husbands just don't have any sense of humor....go figure..

    Oh yes and I have tagged you with the KReATIV Bloggers Award. Just go to my blog to check out the rules...have fun with it.

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  11. Sounds good to me.My hubby thinks sandwhiches are snacks.Grrr they have all the food groups,or can.

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  12. No judgement here! When Jamie had a match to coach one night Caitlyn adn I pretty much took three avocados and had chips and guacamole for dinner...

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