It's party time at my place again. The never-ending birthday celebration continues. This time, we have out-of-town family coming in. You know what that means - more cake!
My eight-year-old son asked if he could help make it. I let him crack the eggs and add the oil and water.
"Can I eat the flour?" he asked.
"No, Bubba. That would taste pretty awful."
"But I want to try it."
I turned around to get a spoon. Not even a second later, my son had flour all over the front of his shirt.
"Bubba," I said. "You ate the flour, didn't you?"
He gave me one of his guilty looks. "But it was so good, Mama! Can have some more?"
I shook my head. "No, Bubba. No more flour."
"What about in my lunch next week? Can you make me a flour sandwich?"
Yeah, right. (He sure is persistent, isn't he?)
Flour? That child has unusual taste buds.ReplyDelete
LOL! Yes, he does!Delete
*LOL* What a weird child! Adorable too!ReplyDelete
He's definitely one of a kind!Delete
Cute child! Persistent and innovative too.ReplyDelete
He's got a mind of his own. I'd watch that one, he might be a writer.ReplyDelete
Scary thought! LOL!Delete
They say the apple doesn't fall from the tree. LOL :)ReplyDelete
Now make Bubba his flour sandwich.
So, what are you trying to say? LOL! I'll be right on that sandwich making thing.Delete
Him and Schultz like just about anything it seems hahaReplyDelete
You've got that right!Delete
Haha! Cute. :)ReplyDelete
Isn't he silly?Delete
LOL, what a silly young man he is. A flour sandwich. : )ReplyDelete
It's certainly not something I would've thought of!Delete
hehe, what an unusual taste.. very powdery sandwich :)ReplyDelete
I think it would make me sneeze!Delete
Now I'm curious to how it tastes. :DReplyDelete
Ha! Maybe you should go make one!Delete
Shall we all try tasting flour to check our taste buds?ReplyDelete
Sure, why not? LOL!Delete