Tuesday, March 12, 2013

PB & J Joy

So I'm not really sure why, but only recently have we started offering Elyse peanut butter & jelly sandwiches for meals.  We are really working hard to only offer Elyse whatever the rest of us are eating, but there are times when I KNOW she won't eat whatever we're eating (she's not a huge beef ran right now which takes away a lot of meals we eat!), or at lunchtime when we're all eating sandwiches.  And PB & J has become a great, quick answer for us when we need her to eat!  She loves her PB&J sandwiches...and sometimes even enjoys rolling them up into a peanut butter, jelly, & bread ball!  Silly girl! 
 
Last Sunday we were feeding her dinner before going to small group & our little ham decided she would put on a little performance for us with her sandwich ball!  Thankfully my camera was nearby so I could capture it all on film! 






 
 
 
 
Yeah, I know...we're in BIG trouble...this girl has us wrapped her finger & is completely intwined in our hearts!  

9 comments:

Megan said...

She's so stinking cute!

Stesha Jordan said...

oh my gosh she is getting soooo big!!!! adorable!

xxS

Sara SHOEmaker said...

cute! can't go wrong with a classic pb and j :) brings back memories from my childhood!


The House of Shoes

Susannah said...

She is so adorable! What a charming smile. :-)

Sara said...

Love love love love love. I can't wait for Mac to try PB&J. We've been waiting for the one year mark b/c it's what our doctor told us to do, but without a history of any food allergies I'm sure he'll be fine. He's going to love it!

sophistifunk said...

she is such a cutie! love the photos :)

xo brie
www.sophistifunkblog.com

Kate @ Daffodils said...

Don't you worry a thing about that. I always swore up and down my boys would eat regular food, but especially at lunch time, it is all chicken nuggest, PBJ and corn dogs. No way I am cooking until dinner!

Rachel said...

haha! Those photos are so cute. She's got a gorgeous smile :)

Rach @ www.vicarswifeintraining.blogspot.com

Lindsey said...

Aw! Such precious photos!!!

Yes, I buy frozen brussel sprouts and sautee them with a bit of olive oil and they are incredible!