Thursday, March 12, 2009

Marshmallow Cream

I sat down today wanting to blog. I had a few things I could write about: my lunch date with Jack today, signs of spring around the city, the fact that I think we could be close to getting our first real nights sleep in 4 months, how much I enjoyed last Saturday and the 60 degree weather, my excitement to go out on a date with Freddy tonight, how blessed we've been to get to go out by ourselves several times lately, introduce you to our new nephew Hudson Coleman Cherry, etc. I even wrote a paragraph, but I couldn't make my thoughts make sense.
A few minutes ago Jack provided me with my blog material for the day. I was eating popcorn when he woke up from his nap so he got to eat a little bowl. When it was gone he asked for snack snacks (fruit snacks). I got side tracked and after a few minutes noticed how quiet it was in our apartment. I said "Jack what are you doing?" He replied but I could not make it out. This went on 2 more times as I was making my way to the kitchen. This is what I found.

13 comments:

Angela said...

I'm with him... I think that's the best way to eat that stuff!!

OurFamily said...

Love It! I am glad the silence equals to a huge mess at someone elses house too! I do love that ours are around the same age.I just wish we lived a little closer then we could play. I like to read your blog often.I like that you are a little ahead of me, and I read yours to be prepared for what is to come! Right now I am keeping my fingers crossed for you blog announcing they Sleep thru the night! Then maybe I will be next. Your right, it is crazy that we have twins. I am always wondering "God are you sure you meant me!"

Anonymous said...

That's my "Hungry Jack". You need to feed that boy. Love the pictures and his expression.
Much love, Great Gran

Missy said...

That is so cute! Now he just need some graham crackers and peanut butter to go with it!

Kathy said...

Susan - you did a great job capturing this! Love Mom

Jennifer Zila said...

ha! that's hilarious! i'll be sure to move our fluff to the top shelf very soon... :D

Anonymous said...

Susan,
That is too funny! I do have to give Jack some credit though at least he has manners and was using a spoon! It could have been alot worse! LOL I can't believe how big he is getting! The twins are so cute I can't wait until I get to meet them! I love you guys!
Jennifer

Amy J said...

I love the look on his face. He's just the cutest thing ever.

Glenna Marshall said...

The boy has got GOOD taste! If I were there, I'd be doing the same thing.

Anonymous said...

oooh Aunt Di love marshmellow cream. Fix the boy a fluffer nutter sandwich. Which is peanut butter and marshmellow cream on a sandwich. My friend Paula used to make these for her boys. Love it that Jack was just trying to be the independent oldest child. Love, Aunt Di

Anonymous said...

That's our little Jackers!
Looking forward to seeing you soon.
Donna

pam said...

I am laughing so hard, that is way too hilarious! You are becoming quite the photographer, Susan. Hug, pam

Ladybug in TN said...

I love these pictures!!!!!!!! You are so smart to be catching all the precious memories on flim. All of your children are beautiful.