Look at that mess.I love the nuk in his mouth and the mess on his tray!He looks so busted! And the poor dog with yogurt on him!
Oh yes, we've had "fun with yogurt" at our house as well. It's great for finger painting, no?
Yeah, our dog got hit with the sippy cup the other day b/c of his position under the high chair. Mental note to self about the yogurt.
I LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT I SAY!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'M STILL CRACKING UP!
Yep, that'll teach ya!I think the dog liked it though....looks like he enjoyed every last drop of yogurt Max was sharin'. Max is a sharer, nothin' wrong with that!
I know. Well, it's okay as long as food only hits the FLOOR. Not so bueno if you have to clean the doggie, too.
Ah, I remember the days! Its always good to have a dog around for these reasons! Less mess for you to clean. Look at that pup just enjoying the treats!!! LOL.
The same lesson applies to popsicles, lollipops, ice cream, jello, spaghetti sauce, peanut butter and chocolate pudding.Some of these are naturally harder to get out of canine hair than others...... especially when said canine is not fond of the hose.
I'm just sitting here chuckling at those pictures, and being grateful that they didn't come from my kitchen this time. Because each and every meal is another opportunity to "frost" the dog with something.
I love how Max just looks like, "What? What are you laughing at?"
Too cute! At least the dog is good for "clean up" as long as he doesn't shake...don't ask me how I know this, but That's Not Fun! Stacie
It seems like common sense...but we have all done it :)BradleyThe Egel Nest
Well, he can't EAT it if he has a soother in his mouth--he must find something creative to do! TeeheeCome to my site and see my sister's bald head--she's so cute!
yogurt is a bathtime ONLY treat around here fo rthat exact reason
Wow, for awhile all I could read was your text as the pictures weren't up yet. I started snickering imagining it smeared all over the walls and kid and the dog licking off and Max laughing...
Oh, I thought the tip was going to be, always have a dog on hand when it's toddler feeding time. That works, too!
Unless the dog is tall enough to reach the todler's face with its tongue, in which case there is virtually no mess at all.
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