Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Yogurt Face

Eli is getting pretty good at eating with a spoon. So when I was in a hurry and the boys needed a snack before we left the house, I just I gave them both a yogurt and then went to get a few more things done.

I guess I should have thought a little harder about my snack choice because this is what I came back to:

Is there something wrong?

I seriously laughed.. and then ran to grab the camera, of course!


What made it even more hysterical is that I had Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" going through my mind, but with the words changed: Y-y-y-yogurt face, y-y-yogurt face!

I love it!

34 comments:

  1. Sweet. I remember that happening to us on more than a few occasions! :)

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  2. I like their messy faces and remember when my girls were little and do that.

    Stopping from 7 clowns.

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  3. Classic! That 'I want to feed myself but can't quite manage it' stage seems to last so long, doesn't it? (Found you at 7 Clowns!)

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  4. That is so cute!

    I have a 2 & 3 year old, so we've seen plenty of faces like that! Don't you love how messes are a little more forgivable because of the great blog post it makes?!

    Very cute post. Happy WW!

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  5. I have some similar pictures (with my child in them, of course! HA!)

    I guess he really liked it!

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  6. He really had it on there pretty thickly, didn't he? So cute!

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  7. LOL! I bet he was really enjoying himself though :)
    What a cutie!

    Happy WW!

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  8. Those are some absolutely adorable photos!

    Yogurt is one of my favorite "self-feed" items for my little one, mostly because the mess is so darn cute! (I wrote about it here )

    I stopped over here from 7 Clown Circus (my wordless wednesday is here if you are interested! )

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  9. Looks good to me....you mean after I eat yogurt my face shouldn't look like that? haha

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  10. lol, that's cute. Yogurt is good for your face too!

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  11. I have very similar photos of my kids, in fact my four-year-old still makes messes of yogurt. Cute faces!

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  12. bet you were glad you'd put a bib on him. it's such a precious yogurt face

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  13. too cute!!! I think My boy twin would have had it in his hair!! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. LOL!

    We put Buddy's Oatmeal in front of him the other day (after getting him dressed for church), and then got ourselves ready for church.

    We had to change him.

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  15. How Brave! I haven't yet let Tristan eat stuff like applesauce & yogurt without help. I should let him try.

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  16. That is an adorable face! Love it.

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  17. Yeah, #3 is a yogurt virgin. I put kefir in his milk so he doesn't have to eat it b/c I learned my lesson on the first two. Not worth the mess. And mine is a spoon launcher too. Don't want yogurt spoon all over the place!

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  18. At least he's a boy with short hair...you can just hose him down.
    I made the decision once to give spaghetti to my daughter (about 18 months at the time) and let her tackle eating it on her own...I spent over an hour trying to get all of the sauce and noodles out of her hair! But of course, I grabbed the camera first.

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  19. Too cute. Messy food is always the most fun isn't it?

    Happy WW!

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  20. I see absolutely nothing wrong :) Perfect yogurt face.

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  21. He is a little cutie! Of course, now I have "yogurt face" stuck in my head!

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  22. That is the exact reason I don't let my daughter eat yogurt. Oh...the mess....It drives me NUTS! I envy mom's that are brave enough to do it.

    Happy WW to you!

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  23. hahah that's hilarious! Now I'll be singing that all day! Your boys are both precious!

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  24. Oh my! That is so sweet :)

    Thank goodness for bibs!

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  25. Yum! Yoghurt! Great pics. I also see you like contests :-) I have a super CD giveaway this week at Anne's Place, and not many entries so far.

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