Mar 14, 2005

Menu

Things I swore would never appear in my pantry, yet are now staples in my kids' diets:

-fruit snacks (called "monkeys," no matter what shape they are)
-kids yogurt (isn't all yogurt the same? Why does "Dora" on the container make it better?)
-sugary cereals (Lucky Charms and Cocoa Pebbles aren't THAT bad...are they?)
-snack cakes
-Hamburger Helper
-Mac and cheese
-chicken nuggets

I have to stop before CPS finds this and comes ramsacking my home with vegetables.

4 comments:

Kathy Rooney said...

no Spaghettios or goldfish or chesz-its???
I am impressed!!!
I have to have tomato soup, ranch dressing and spaghettios on hand at all times.

Kathy Rooney said...

no Spaghettios or goldfish or chesz-its???
I am impressed!!!
I have to have tomato soup, ranch dressing and spaghettios on hand at all times.

Jen said...

Lucky charms, my dear, are now made with whole grain. So you can drop the guilt :)

I've got lucky charms (they're the fave cereal, even with me!), goldfish, chick nuggets (fake chicken), and cereal bars. Yep.

Oh, did I mention chocolate chips? The bag keeps dissapearing, little bit at a time....

ariadneK, Ph.D. said...

I think Cap'n Crunch (yum!) should be thrown into the mix. Speaking of Lucky Charms: as a wee lass in first grade, I had a friend whose mother wouldn't let him eat them because "the symbols are of the devil". (What a party, growing up in Joklahoma!)...