Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Another Milestone


Question: At what age does a person figure out that the marshmallow charms taste better than the toasted oat luckies, thus picking out the charms and leaving the sad little luckies--the only redeeming quality of the cereal-- behind?


Answer: 16 months.

And now I'm done buying them.

9 comments:

K said...

Yeah. Pushing it with the redeeming virtue part, though. Opinions at 16 mos? Hmmm. You're SO in for it.

Dan said...

He sure is cute though. And he is very strong, handsome and healthy-looking.

Amanda D said...

I don't buy those either. My kids till wont eat the actual cereal - just the marshmallows. I miss my Lucky Charms.

Rachel said...

I am so weird! I have never liked the marshmallows.....in any cereal.....or hot cocoa if they come in the package. I'll put my own soft marshmallows in my hot cocoa but not the hard grainy things that come pre-packaged......

Lilly said...

Wicked little creatures

Katie Gee said...

This made me laugh. Thanks for the chuckle!

Ginna said...

I used to think I hated the marshmallows--that is, until I tried them. It's probably because I'm guy randle's daughter that I didn't eat them until I was in college or maybe late high school. I didn't know what I was missing. Not so with these strapping Hinckley boys, right?



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Cherry Tree Lane said...

This had me giggling at the computer. Love the blog!!

jwise said...

That is so cute. I know what you mean--that's also the point where I was done buying them. :)

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