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  1. See the shininess? That would be the strawberry yogurt. That’s how he managed that ‘nosy’ feat :-).

    He was very proud of himself.

    Breakfast is good!

  2. awwwww, LOL!!! I have a picture of my middle child when he was less than a year old with his face covered in spaghetti sauce and a noodle draped over his nose. hilarious! I love how kids just eat and enjoy the meal and don’t worry about the mess they’re making!

  3. hehe… he’s doin’ better than me at that age – stuck a bean up my nose so far mom had to take me to the doctor to get it out…

    J/ (goteeman.blogspot.com)

  4. @anglophileFF I believe that would be the yogurt all mussed in his hair ๐Ÿ˜‰ But you’re right, it does look really dark.

  5. Had to pop over and tell you that the kids requested “rachel’s Fried Chicken” tonight! Your spice mix has become a staple in our house.

    Sweet little cheer-me-o !
    Blessings, E

  6. That cheerio is the cutest product placement I have ever seen. Seriously, it should be an add.

    And, yup, I clicked you a penny or two.

    peace!

  7. Yup, you know a kid is good and grimy when food sticks to their face. Pretty common around this house too!

  8. I love that little guy but I especially adore that he is still strapped into his chair. ๐Ÿ™‚

    You. smart.

  9. That is soooome talent getting that Cheerio to stick to his nose. Do you rent that cutie out to parties? That trick would be a bit hit in ou house! ๐Ÿ™‚

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