ss_blog_claim=cd46ef178142ba5c793d6628c487d5ef The Stuff I Think: Supper Time!

Sunday, April 01, 2007

Supper Time!

I am SO lucky! My daughter is the least picky eater of all the children I know! About the only things I've ever seen her turn down are bananas (and she's even warming up to those now), jello, and onions (she calls them "omyums", which is adorable). Other than that, she eats anything!! She LOVES vegetables, including celery, which I can't say for myself, cause that is some NASTY stuff! She eats whatever I cook and is darn glad to have it! Just the kind of child I can love and appreciate!

I, on the other hand, don't eat anything. This is a mental disorder that I have. I'm afraid to get sick, therefore I don't eat....at all. This disease only hurts after the 3rd year! I haven't had a real "meal" since 2004. Most people would say this is odd...and it is, but it's become a way of life for me! I'm just hoping that one day I can get back to "normal", cause I REALLY want a chicken quesadilla!!

10 comments:

Jennifer said...

I'm a picky eater, especially when it comes to veggies. My mom always told me eat it, or don't eat it at all. When it came to onions or something else I didn't like, I picked it out. This has been enormously helpful to me in adulthood because when you're trying to order pizza or something with a group of people, it helps to be willing to order anything! The only thing I say absolutely not to is pineapple because the juice changes the flavor of the cheese- you can't just pick that out!

pelf said...

I'm also quite a picky eater though I don't like to be so picky about my food because I know I need them to be well. I don't take watermelons, honeydews, cucumbers, basically food that a lot of people find eating a pleasure :)

Colleen said...

You ARE lucky!

Amy said...

Be careful with that... your daughter will pick up on your habits sooner than you'd think.

Lisa said...

My daughter is also not a picky eater. We have to bribe her not to eat her fruits and vegetable first!

Jersey Girl said...

My heart goes to you, and I hope you work through this.

As for your daughter, my son was a picky eater, so it's thrilling she's easy to feed.

Karen said...

You are so lucky to have a non picky kid. Mine were easy, also. I have friends who had, chose to, fix a separate meal for each member of the family. I can't understand that!

Sindy said...

What is a day of eating like for you?

scorpy01 said...

I can understand this, kind of. I'm a grazer. I'd rather eat a lot of small
"snacks" than three meals. Also, I've developed an aversion to cooking. If someone else cooks the meal I'll eat it but then I feel uncomfortable for several hours after.

Yep, I'm a grazer. Maybe I was a cow in my last life.

Elvis' Handler said...

my son loves broccoli, especially the tops, but turns his nose up to meat. It cracks me up. I'm not that worried about it, he does eat a lot of other stuff, chicken and cheese, and popcorn. Lots of popcorn. He wakes up asking for popcorn.
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