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Quote Of The Day

Quote Of The Day

February 3, 2006

said by my nine year old son this morning:

“What kind of omlette can I make you this morning, Mom?”

He then went on to make custom ordered eggs for everyone. Now if I can just get one of them to fan me with palm fronds and and another to feed me grapes, I’d be all set.

And a manicure, that would be nice too.

Posted by Chris @ 9:58 am  

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  1. nabbalicious says:

    Hmmm…I hadn’t considered that you could get kids to make you breakfast. *rubs chin and seriously considers this*

  2. Meg says:

    Chris, I’m on my way to your house right now. You can tell your son I want mine with mushrooms, cheese, and green peppers. And I don’t want it runny…

  3. Lisa says:

    Be wary, very, very wary. And your correct request is “Beulah, peel me a grape.” ala Mae West.

  4. Diane says:

    My cynical side wonders what it is he wants that warrants buttering up mom this way.

    The rest of me thinks this is great, and should be encouraged!

  5. Jennifer says:

    if he’s interested in visiting italy to learn italian cuisine by cooking for my family, i’d be more than happy to email you our address.

  6. Chris says:

    Jennifer,

    I’ll come visit you to learn about Italian cuisine. I’ll teach him get home ;-)

  7. "D" says:

    cooking - eh. Now cleaning…thats another story! Did he clean up after cooking? did he? did he? *heart pounding in anticipation…

  8. Julie says:

    You could teach your daughter to do the pedicure.

  9. B.E.C.K. says:

    Yet another good reason to have kids. Right behind having someone around to fetch things. ;^)

  10. Faith says:

    Okay, so how did you train this kid? Cool!

  11. Flutter says:

    I like my omlet with smoke gouda and portabella mushroom!

    Wow he sounds like a great kid!

  12. KaraMia says:

    wow, man, I can’t get my son to learn how to make cinamon toast on his own…shesh

  13. speckledpup says:

    ISN’T IT JUST THE COOLEST WHEN THEY LEARN TO COOK?

    because, as I’ve often said, my favorite thing to eat is something someone else has cooked.

  14. Carmen says:

    Geez, I wish I could get my kids to desire to cook. They just want to eat what I’ve cooked.

    Unless, ramen noodles and mac and cheese count as cooking - well, then, we’ve got chefs here. No desire to cook anything else!