My Kid Thinks he’s 45

Breakfast

Today is another cold, rainy, and dreary day. I’m sick of it. Let’s get some sunshine and crisp fall weather out there!

Breakfast this morning was the rest of the pumpkin pancakes that I made and froze last week. I topped mine with chocolate chips because everything is better with chocolate.

After breakfast, my son and I went to the library.

 

What is it about the curb that makes every child want to walk on it?

 

At the library, my son spelled his name on the magnetic board. Then he added his age.

Apparently, my son thinks he’s 45.

Then he patiently explained to me that you put your age, then you put theĀ age that you’re going to be after it…making him 45. Great, that makes me…old oh, nevermind.

He played on the computers at the library for a bit. Because that’s what you’re supposed to do at the library, right? I mean all those books are just ancient artifacts, right? Not actually for reading…

In my defense, I did read him a Pokemon book. And I couldn’t even pronounce half the names in it. Jeesh, Pokemon need easier names.

I flipped though some cooking magazines and found this:

It’s a pumpkin! Isn’t that great?! I thought that it was one of those hamburger cakes at first. Such a cute idea.

Lunch

After the library, we came home and I made lunch. Another veggie pizza. When lunch was cooking, my son and I snackedĀ on some Honeycrisp apple slices with peanut butter. Heaven.

I love veggies!

Today, my veggie pizza included red & green pepper, red onion, broccoli, feta, and mozzarella cheese.

Cheesy deliciousness.

Do you go to the library?

I love the library. Not only do they have great books and magazines, they also have great free programs for kids.

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One Response to My Kid Thinks he’s 45

  1. Susie

    I love reading about your day. Well, if your son is 45, that makes you 70 and you look pretty darn good for 70!
    Do you see these comments?

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