Sunday, April 26, 2009


I bet every parent reading this has experienced an incident like the following:

I had just served my children lunch and Alexander commented,"Mommy, this sandwich tastes like peanut butter and jelly, but I asked for jelly with peanut butter."


PopPop said...

Cheer up. If your boys are anything like you and your brother, one will want wheat bread, one will want white; one will want strawberry jelly, one will want grape; one will want creamy peanut butter, and one will want chunky. After you put it all together, they will complain that they got white-grape-chunky and wheat-strawberry-creamy instead of white-strawberry-chunky, etc.


Kathryn said...

OMG, I know exactlly what you mean! Except I will add my husband in there, heaven forbid if I put the jelly on top of the peanut butter instead of on the other piece of bread, or if I get generic peanut butter instead of jiff. LOL. I just let the kids make their own peanut butter sandwiches now, it takes them 20 minutes but then there is nothing to complain about. :-D