Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Cause and effect.

Isaiah happily consumes his vegetables. Mmm hmmm.

Is it bad that I convinced my child to eat carrots by showing him my thick glasses? You know, the ones that he told me are "a little bit not that cool?"

"Dude. If you don't eat your carrots you'll need thick glasses. Like these."


Oh yeah and did you get the other memo? Salads and other green vegetables makes you run faster. Like waaaay faster. The darker the green the faster it makes you run. For reals.

Y'all didn't know that?

*insert eyeroll here*

Don't hate the playa. Hate the game.

Happy Wednesday.


  1. Next thing you know you'll be telling him he'll go blind and bald if he does "that" too much.

    Just teasing, of course.

  2. It's sort of truer than Santa Claus.

  3. He he, this is changing the Carrot-Stick approach to the Carrot-Trick approach - Isaiah, are you reading your mommy's blog yet? :D

    -- Tara

  4. LOL! I told LG the reason one of my brothers is significantly shorter than the rest of us is because he didn't eat his vegetables like he should have growing up. She loves her vegetables now! I figure I'm good 'til she takes her first genetics course....

  5. We tell my brother that the reason he grew to be six feet six inches is because of all the lima beans his bowl ended up with on vegetable soup night when we were growing up. All four of the sisters passed their lima beans down the line to his bowl. He complained to my mother but she just told him to hush and eat his dinner! I still laugh just thinking about it and I still don't eat lima beans...
    Love, Coach B

  6. So impressed. I will definitely be trying that one on the kids!

  7. Hey, you gotta do what you gotta do.


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