Friday, August 21, 2009

yum, yum

Not sure why my little goose loves eating some things and absolutely refuses others. He does like biter biscuits and medicine. He is the best medicine taking infant/toddler I've ever seen. And the taste of the medicine is hardly anything I'd expect him to want to eat. But, he loves it and immediately opens his mouth for the syringe when it's time for his Prevacid. So, he'll willingly take a syringe full of yuck, but gets horribly upset when you try to feed him yummy adult food. Unless of course yummy adult food is mom's snow cone... then he'll eat it.

But, I'll take him enjoying his biter biscuits if that is all he is wanting to feed himself.



Today I am: 1 year, 1 month and 5 days old.
Adjusted I am: 9 months, 1 week and 6 days old.

6 comments:

Parker's mom said...

OMG! I love that little smirk he has on his face! Parker and Andi both love meds too...go figure! But, I am glad to hear you finally got your sno cone!

Chris and Machel said...

Honestly think he has the best hair I've ever seen on a 1 year old!! WAY AWESOME, SO CUTE!! A true fro!

Parker's mom said...

Thanks Cody for the birthday wishes! We had a great day....will post on Parker's blog with pics tomorrow....I am beat!

Hua said...

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Justine said...

How do you get him to keep his glasses on? My preemie refuses to keep them on longer than 5 .3 seconds. What's your secret?

Brian said...

That's a great smile on the bottom picture!