Monday, January 25, 2010

What happens when you decide

To Let An Almost 10 Month Old Feed Himself?

You get a Cereal Killer.

Bad Pun, I know. It's in my genes :P And yes, that is a knot on his forehead. "Occupational hazard" of someone who wants desperately to go places but his limbs won't cooperate fully yet. It breaks my heart to see the little purple bump on his head, as if my heart wasn't already broken when he wailed and wailed with with big huge tears in his eyes.

Seriously, this is the photo that spawned the pun


Man, it's finger licking good.

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Surely there's some more at the very very bottom.

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And as usual, face wiping time was a real killer as well. *sigh*


edina monsoon said...

HAHAhahahaha. My niece ( bless her) always has plasters on her forehead during our christmas pictures. And she goes to church looking like a mini wounded soldier. I can see his determination in getting all THAT grub into him. Well DONE. ( err I guess cleaning up after this took some time..well done to you too)

K. Restoule said...

I love the. Don't even think it look in his face.

Asianmommy said...

Haha! That's adorable. :)

McMGrad89 said...

I can't believe how big Jaxon is getting. It seems like it was just yesterday.

I left you a little award on my blog.


valerie said...

Oh that face just cracks me up, too cute!

Darla Dixon, Artist said...

They DO get bumps and bruises, my son is 4 now, and he's still getting bumped on the head or having accidental head-butts with friends on the playground. It's quite an adventure! Jaxon is VERY cute. I remember how hard that cereal is to get off their face sometimes! Wish I had a timesaving trick for you on that. Garden hose maybe...? LOL