Friday, November 12, 2010

Andrea's Nasty Bread

So the other night we had a family from the ward over for Family Home Evening. I have made it a goal to invite atleast one family over a week so we can get to know people and make friends. I made homemade cinnamon rolls and they brought the lesson. After the lesson we were all sitting around eating our treat. The mom and I were sitting at the table with Summit and her four year old. He ate half his cinnamon roll and then passed it over to her. She asked him if he was finished and he said, "Yeah, I don't like it." I could tell that she was embarrased. She said that he is a super picky eater and will basically only eat a few different foods. Then she said, "He has no taste buds." He looked over at her and said, "Yes I do, I just don't like NASTY bread." It was the funniest thing ever. The mom turned all red and I got all nervous cause I was worried they really were gross. Everyone else finished their first and then went back for seconds. When they were leaving the mom said, "You can feed us your nasty bread anytime." And the dad said he was going to start calling cinnamon rolls Nasty Bread from now on. So I didn't feel so bad after all. Kids say the funniest things.


Leslie said...

THAT is hilarious. Emma is totally at the age where sometimes I feel like I'm walking on egg shells because I never know what will come out of her mouth in the presence of other people. For that reason, I have never taught her any words that properly describe the human anatomy. :)

Josh Farnsworth said...

Hey Green family!!! it has been forever! miss you guys tons....we need to catch up big time. i was sending xmas cards out and wanted to send one to you all. could you send me your address to

looks like you have another new addition to your family and that you are moved to a great new place!! How exciting. we just had another little boy a few weeks ago...... many us women with all these boys must have a ticket straight to heaven!! It is tiring, but fun. catch us up. love you guys!

-The farnsworths