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Sunday, August 23, 2009

We all scream for Ice cream... well, most of us anyways!

We went to Culver's today for lunch. My Hubby got a meal and a blueberry sundae. At Culver's they give you your drinks and ice cream treats first and than you wait for them to make your hot food. While we were waiting for our food our son saw the sundae and started saying "blueberry, blueberry..."(he is 18 months). Our son LOVES blueberries, one of his first words was blueberry. So DH put a little on the spoon and stated to try and feed the ice cream to our Little king. Our son shook his head and said "no no."

He must not know what he is doing... so we tried again this time saying "yum yum, ice cream, mmmmmmmm yummy"

He shook his head again and said "yucky" for the first time.

I knew the day would come when my son would tell me that some food was yucky.... I just did not think it would be about ice cream!


Liz said...

My 18-month-old does that, too. Sometimes I shove a little in his mouth so he can see what it is he's missing out on. Usually that does the trick and he eats it! :)

Donna said...

I agree with Liz. Definitely go with force feeding. lol

Liz said...

I think the term "force feeding" is a little harsh. All I do is give him a taste. If I have to shove the spoon in his mouth to get that accomplished, well, so be it! ;)

fawnda said...

We have tried that... he spits it back out... I think we will wait a bit and try again.

Until then, more for us! : )

Rachel said...

Our son did that, too. Trust me, it is a problem that is cured with time! Now he wants to eat nothing BUT ice cream! lol

Pam said...

That is really funny. I am sure when he is older he won't believe he didn't like the ice cream! It looks great to me.

Karly said...

When I lived in Florida, neither one of my boys liked ice cream. It was killing me! They didn't like the "coldness". Go figure!

Now they both love it! And my daughter doesn't seem to mind the coldness at all. She gobbles it down with the best of them!

I love when he says "blueberry" btw, it is so cute!