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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

How Emma Eats Her Breakfast


sitting on the table

Sitting on the table, of course. 

How else could the bits of egg and muffin travel across 2 chairs, half the table, and the whole of the under-the-table real estate?

Winking smile

I’ll be honest, I’m actually surprised she was sitting.  Usually part of her body is on the table and another part her body in on the chair, but there’s no sitting going on.  Breakfast can be a real workout around here.

So please, tell me.  I’m not the only one with a kid who can’t sit still long enough to eat, am I?


  1. You're not alone! Mine comes and goes to the table dragging breakfast out!! It's always better when the three of us sit at the table together! Lovely to find your blog xx

  2. This girl can eat lunch over an hour or more, leaving the table and coming back. They are so funny, aren't they? :)

  3. Sounds just like my 3 year old. It takes her forever to finish a meal! Stopping by from the TOS blog linky.

  4. You are definitely not alone. My 11 year old son cannot sit in a seat and be still. He leans, he puts his feet up, sometimes he stands. Oh well. :-) I'm stopping by to "meet" all the Review Crew members and was glad to see you here as a familiar face. :-)

  5. You most definatly are not alone there.All my kids are movers, rarely sitting still, and rarely eating at the table.We also have a grazer who dosnt do "meals" and picks here and there. Kids are kids, some sit, some mover, some eat in one sitting and some graze:)

  6. Hi there, Leah! It's good to see you again, too. ;0)

    Welcome, Izzie and Jessica!

    Yes, always moving. Truth be told...I never sit down to eat my lunch, either. And it's not just because I'm always getting another thing for one of the kids, lol!


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