Monday, April 5, 2010

Doing what a toddler does best...

Here is a lesson from my 15 month old on how to properly 
eat a hard-boiled Easter egg:


The egg hunt begins..





"Wow, I found one."






"Gonna get a quick taste while no one is watching..."







"Hey, this is pretty tasty!"






"YUMMY!"




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10 comments:

WELCOME TO MY WORLD OF POETRY: said...

He is just adorable, takes me back to when my own 3 was small my youngest a daughter was so independent at nine months she wanted to fed herself at meal times, oh the mess, but it was great to see these photo's how the years rolled back.
Yvonne,

Trudy said...

Those are some great pics...I love them! Must have been a bit crunchy, LOL!

Anonymous said...

My nephew is so precious!!!!

Caitlin

melodygreen said...

I love it... I agree that it must have been crunchy... I still have to remind my 4 year old he can't eat without the shell sometimes (hard boiled and deviled eggs are a favorite!) ;

tasha said...

How cute is he! If it helps: Isaak tried to eat the coloring sponge we were using to "paint" the eggs, hehe!

Tori Cooper said...

Ay Que Cute!! Your little man is so adorable! Love how you showed the progression of the event! :-) Happy Blogging!

Lisa said...

What a doll. I love the way he shoved the entire thing in his mouth. No way he could choke on that, huh?

CK said...

Thanks for the kind comments! Truth is, he didn't actually EAT the egg... but he did try to shove the whole thing in his mouth, as you saw in the last picture. It was a fun day!

Raquel Byrnes said...

That is classic. Something about complete abandon in toddlers that makes them fascinating to watch. Happy EAster.

arlee bird said...

Kids-- always experimenting. That is a fun age.
Lee
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