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It's not all roses...

Posted by ZEPP on Saturday, April 19, 2008

No, in fact, when we offered Benjamin his first try at chicken, it was rather clear that he didn't care much for it, as evidenced not only by the devil-spawn face, but by the sodden piles of chicken goo on his bib:
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The good news is that he ate the stuff when we mixed it with some veggies. It sure is fun being a Dad again!

12 comments on “It's not all roses...”

Cottonmouth Says:
Saturday, April 19, 2008 @8:35:22 AM

My goodness, Donald, you'd think by the photo that Benjamin had been fed SPAM!

BryanWB Says:
Saturday, April 19, 2008 @9:17:16 AM

Donald - you should play the banjo for him while he's eating (Try Boil Them Cabbage Down if he likes veggies) - that's make him smile!!!. Best wishes from the UK. Bryan.

dbrooks Says:
Saturday, April 19, 2008 @12:40:07 PM

Was that free-range chicken, Zepp?  Probably not.  Or you might have an emerging vegetarian on your hands.

Joanchek Says:
Saturday, April 19, 2008 @2:57:26 PM

That boy is growing like a weed!  In a few years you won't be able to keep him full, I bet!  Remind him then of the chicken he passed up today...  :)

frailin Says:
Sunday, April 20, 2008 @7:01:11 AM

Ha!  That's how I feel about vegetables.

Somethings never change (even with age).

Cool pic, Zepp!

TheBoog Says:
Sunday, April 20, 2008 @7:07:06 AM

Of course, the poor child may have just figured out that dad's a banjo picker!!!!!!!!! :-)

Roy Smith Says:
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 @5:35:52 AM

Hi, Z.  I'm guessing that was chicken baby food, right?

Have YOU tried that stuff?  (If you do, please post a photo...)

ZEPP Says:
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 @5:58:20 AM

Sure, I try everything he eats.  It's not all that bad.  It was his first non-sweet food, though.  I was clearly a surprise (and not a good one at that!).

maryzcox Says:
Wednesday, April 30, 2008 @2:12:33 PM

Zepp--he is a real cutie! You are so lucky.

My husband is just dying for a grandbaby--I have to drag him away from cooing at folks babies in restuarants because to them--he is a stranger. :(  All our kids are grown--but no weddings or babies yet--and all our nieces and nephews are big too--even the grand nieces and nephews are over 10 now!

Best wishes,

Mary Z. Cox

www.maryzcox.com

gottasmilealot Says:
Monday, May 26, 2008 @2:33:53 PM

Hey, that's the same look I get when I play my banjo!!

MWBailey Says:
Saturday, July 5, 2008 @4:38:11 PM

Howdy Zepp!
Just thought I'd drop a line or five.

That sure is a cute little boy. good job getting him to eat the chicken and the veggies.

Now you need to get him to play the banjo...

Lyn B Says:
Thursday, January 22, 2009 @5:12:59 PM

Oh, my!  I'm sure this isn't very encouraging, but my 4 and 9 year old kids still won't have anything to do with any kind of meat...at all.  Maybe it's a good thing!  Have fun with that sweet little thing, 

 

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