January 7, 2009


A few minutes ago, Cameron woke up from his nap crying and very hungry. By the time that I got to his room, Cortlen was already feeding him the crusty remnants of a bottle that he had found underneath the changing table. Yumsters!
We're snowed in today (hence the second post) and I can already tell that this day is going to be super awesome.

14 comments

Steph @ Diapers and Divinity said...

Isn't it great when kids are so helpful like that?

Malea said...

Way to use those problem solving skills, kidddo!

Anonymous said...

Cortlen sure is sporting a winning smile in that picture. What a handsome guy! :-)

mindij said...

No worries, that's a great way to immunize the kids, plus it's all natural! That's why I let my kids eat off the ground, it's all to build up that immune system!

Rachel said...

If it doesn't kill us, it makes us stronger, right? Remember a few months ago, I fed Mr Farty an entire bottle before noticing the bug in it...

Jason and Lis Day said...

I just have to say I found your blog on a friends website and I have a bit of a girl crush. You are so funny and I only hope to be half of the mom you are. It's such a joy to read about your adventures, thanks!

Makayla said...

It's cute that he tried to help.

Anita said...

Oh Yummmy!

Robin said...

Bless his little heart! At least his brother was TRYING to help! LOL!


Robin
http://alabamaslackermama.blogspot.com

Twinlinebackers said...

And you of course, dedicated poster that you are, snapped a picture before you snatched that bottle out of Cameron's mouth.

Candice said...

Don't look at it as crusty milk. Think more along the lines of yogurt.

BLECH!!

Hey, he tried! :)

Beth said...

When he grows up to have a stomach of steel, he'll need to thank his brother for the jump-start early in life.

Liz said...

It's the thought that counts... besides, look at that adorable smile!!
Seriously... could someone send me some snow? Totally jealous!

Essie the Accidental Mommy said...

way to go kid! I live in fear of those vile old sippy cups that roll under the furniture! Great way to 'go green' by not wasting any resources.