Tuesday, July 1, 2008

How to destroy an ice cream cone....

Mommy and I were eating ice cream cones after dinner last night, and Reid REALLY wanted some. So, Mommy gave him just the cone part to chew on. It turned to mush pretty quickly, but Reid loved every minute of it!

He ate from both ends! Why not?

He loved the feel of the cone. He would touch it and then bite, touch, then bite.


Pretty much demolished! Just wait till there is ice cream in there, Reid!

1 comment:

Good Remedy said...

One good thing about those stents: No food up the nose! That is our big problem, as soon as Holly gets to eating, some will clog her nose, and she starts crying. A syringe does work best but sure does take a long time. I ordered a "Sassy Infant Feeder" today, on another cleft mom's suggestion. Just a few more months till that next surgery. I will be sad to see the bottle go too. Holly likes her cup, playing with it mostly like Reid. Glad to hear a little more sleep might be possible!

Hello, and welcome to my page! I am so glad you are here. I am going to try and show you the average life of a 5 year old from my perspective. Mommy and Daddy will help me along the way if I get stuck.

Let me first introduce my family to you. I am Ellie. I am a 6 year old. I live in Ohio with my Mommy, Daddy, little brother Reid, and dog, Sophie. My mommy is a teacher. She teaches nine and ten year olds and loves it. She has been teaching for twelve years. My daddy works with computers. He works hard everyday.

We all love spending time together. I have wonderful grandparents and a terrific extended family. I am a very lucky girl. Thank you for visiting my page. Write to me any time. I love getting mail!!!

Many blessing to you all.

Little Ski (Ellie)

Mommy and me having cuddle time at Hocking Hills.

Told ya, my hair can be wild! And you thought I was kidding!

Hmmm, Blue's Brother's perhaps?