He made

Discussion in 'General Parenting' started by crazymama30, Nov 24, 2008.

  1. crazymama30

    crazymama30 Active Member

    dessert. While I was working and husband was hauling pine needles to dump(that difficult child helped load), difficult child made instant pudding for everyone. Even put it all into the decorative parfait cups. Wow. This is the child who does not think he can make his own cereal for breakfast.
     
  2. Wiped Out

    Wiped Out Well-Known Member Staff Member

    Way To Go difficult child!:):bravo:
     
  3. Andy

    Andy Active Member

    Good job difficult child!

    If he is anything like my difficult child - he will still not know how to make a bowl of cereal. My little chef has made a pumpkin pie, used the grill a lot this summer, and fried me bacon this morning after reading the instructions on a brand new little griddle to see if there were special steps to follow before using the griddle. He read the instructions on the bacon package and compared it to the bacon instructions on the griddle. All this and he can not figure out how to pour himself a bowl of cereal!
     
  4. klmno

    klmno Active Member

    Thhis is great!! For some reason, cooking and helping do a little around the house seems to help my difficult child a lot. I hope the same is happening with your son- it can go a long way, as you just dicovered!
     
  5. flutterbee

    flutterbee Guest

    :bravo:

    And he put them in the decorative cups! How nice is that!
     
  6. totoro

    totoro Mom? What's a GFG?

    Oh how sweet!!!
     
  7. susiestar

    susiestar Roll With It

    How great! Maybe a Jello Pudding Cookbook or some other cookbook of desserts would be a good Christmas present? I have seen some Jello ones with really easy but fun looking recipes.
     
  8. KTMom91

    KTMom91 Well-Known Member

    Using the decorative cups was a nice touch. Way To Go, difficult child!
     
  9. trinityroyal

    trinityroyal Well-Known Member

    Awww. How very sweet.
    Way to go, difficult child.
     
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