Wednesday, November 22, 2006

3 year old's thoughts on a Japanese breakfast

Found written on a pack of instant oatmeal this morning:
A typical breakfast in Japan consists of Rice, Fish, Soup, Pickles and Seaweed.
After reading this aloud the 3 year old quips "Oh MOMMY that is SO nasty mommy, are we so sad that they don't know about oak-meal and gwi-uts?"
AND "Andrew's tummy would starve and hurt if we had to go to a-pan"
My sentiments exactly.
Happy Wednesday and
Much Love,


Kelly said...

I love that! I'm amazed at what kids come up with--you relaize they are always thinking. Glad to see you're a grits gal--we love them at our house.

Anonymous said...

He who thanks but with the lips
Thanks but in part;
The full, the true Thanksgiving
Comes from the heart.
~J.A. Shedd

Have a blessed Thanksgiving!

Hugs & Blessings,
Susan Godfrey

Big Mama said...

It's hard enough for me to look at eggs in the and seaweed would send me over the edge.

Andrew's a smart kid. : )

Amy said...

Bring it on! I'll even eat leftovers for breakfast as my husband watches and slowly turns green :) Never have cared for the taste of seaweed though. My husband will be spending some time in Japan in the new year. I wonder what he'll get for breakfast, heh heh!

Tammy said...

Oak-meal and gwi-uts! :D
Not so sure about the gwi-uts part, being a Northwestern gal, but Oak-meal sure sounds better than seaweed! ;)

I know it's a little sad with your hubby gone, but have a blessed Thanksgiving, Jennifer!

Anonymous said...

Lol! Seaweed!! For breakfast? Oh my! I just popped over to say Happy Thanksgiving!

Christine said...

Am I to assume "gwi-uts" are grits? I'm not from the south, so I'm just guessing here...

:) So cute!