Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Friday, November 25, 2011

Feeding A Clown

HOW do you feed a clown
you ask?

Well, let me tell you~
First you must find yourself
a clown!
Oh! Look-Look!
Here is one now!
Now THIS CLOWN does NOT
like to eat.
We are SURE that he has been
born into the wrong family.
Seriously!
EVERYONE in THIS family
loves to eat.

This one?
Not so much.
First he must SMELL the food!
Next he must INSPECT THE FOOD-
up close and personal.
Yummmm..
Here you go...
(sorry for the blurry picture-
it is like trying to catch the wind in
motion)
Ummm..this seems to be the most
common response to
REAL FOOD!
Or sometimes he likes to
just hide his eyes like he is not there.
So...You don't want CHEESE..
You don't want mashed potatoes..
What would you like?
Oh~
PLASTIC!
A PLASTIC CAP?
MY that looks good!
Okay- Lunch is over..
Now I can start preparing to
Feed The Clown
at dinner time.

I'm thinking maybe he would like
paper rather than plastic
this time.
Do I get the
Nana-Of-The-Year
award?
your photo name

18 comments:

  1. So cute..love his animated expressions..what a cutie pie. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  2. LOL! My granddaughter is 16 months old and, for now, the opposite. She eats everything! My daughter will tell me she doesn't eat spaghetti, yet when I'm eating my gluten free spaghetti she wants some and does eat it. If she sees you eating something she not only wants to know what it is but wants some too.

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  3. My first granddaughter was like that. She wouldn't even eat cheerios when she was a baby. She still is this way and now her sister is just as bad. It is terrible. He may have sensory issues.....so many do.....they actually have play therapy to address the eating thing.
    You'll have to read what Goose said yesterday about the turkey. Will post it soon.....another Sweet Cheeks moment.

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  4. aww, he's a cutie, is he a picky eater? He'll probably grow out of it.Our grandaughter is going through stage, she's eating her books, lovely right,

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  5. Isn't it strange what they change to, once they start trying to feed themselves. Great eaters turn to paper and plastic.

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  6. Yes, Nanna, you win the award. A big "E" for
    effort! My little Grand son only eats PBJ's, oatmeal, macroni and cheese and cold cereal!
    So don't feel too bad.

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  7. I am sure like the most finiky eater the skill of loving food will come in time!! LOL!!
    Hey, eating is one of lifes pleasures!!
    Have a Great Weekend!!
    Marilyn

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  8. You get the something of the year award alright, just can't seem to find the words for it right now. Will have to get back to on that.

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  9. Diana, He is so adorable! I wouldn't eat as a child either but boy I am making up for it now!
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  10. haha you are funny! i love his red sweater and what a cutie too.
    x

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  11. Yep - "Nana Diana hereby receives the Nana of the Year Award!"

    Congratulations! Mama is still shopping?

    Blessings,
    Donna

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  12. Are you threatening that poor clown with a fork?
    m.

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  13. Brings back memories, Diana! Sweet memories. :) Been lingering here catching up. What a sweet re-post for your son. And that precious grandbaby! You are a very blessed lady! Enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend!

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  14. He's so lucky to have such a goofy, loving nana like you, Diana! :) You rock, girlie! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  15. His little sweater is so precious. He looks like a little man in a high chair. My kids were picky eaters so I just put a toothpick in everything and they thought it was more fun and ate it. (A little known secret about feeding children.) Try it, he'll like it!

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  16. I had a picky eater at my house on Thanksgiving...so you do get an award! Have a great weekend!!

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  17. He is totally adorable!! It's rare that a little boy doesn't care to eat although little ones always go through that stage don't they?
    Good luck! One of these days you won't be able to fill him up.

    xo
    Pat

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  18. Isn't it amazing how some will eat anything and others won't even give it a try? He's adorable Diana! Yesterday Nichola's was baptized what a wonderful day it was:)
    Oh, and I love the picture of the pumpkin!b LOL

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