Friday, December 12, 2008

Thanks Bob.

I remember when dinner was quiet.

I also remember when I ate hot food without 72 bajillion interruptions to fill water cuppies, mop up spills of said water cuppies and referee the odd squabble but quite honestly, hot food is over-rated when you can have the complimentary entertainment I get every night.

The other evening I had gotten up (yet again) to fetch something and when I got back to the table my kids were re-enacting this. Complete with dancing peas.



Who needs a quiet supper anyway?

8 comments:

momofthecrazies said...

I have never seen that video before; I can only imagine the boys reenacting it. I'm going to request that one when I see them at Christmas!

Mrs. Mordecai said...

Sometimes I wonder what in the world we did to amuse ourselves before we had a two-year-old to put on shows for us.

granola_granny said...

Quiet meals are sometimes very appealing (especially after a busy day) but they really don't compare to the animated ones we share with those we love.

Dawn and Dale said...

Hey sweets!!

I'm wondering if you can email me your address!! I have a Christmas card all ready to send off to you!! :)

CC said...

I'd never heard that one before. Well, it must have been entertaining at least. Did you video it?

Janet said...

I NEED A QUIET SUPPER. Want my kids to come over tomorrow? :-)

Heather of the EO said...

I love how entertaining they are too. And I love weird Veggie pea/turtle humor.

JCK said...

Quiet supper? Quiet supper? Oh, yes I remember those...