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Cailou Pizza

Connor loves Cailou.  I, on the otherhand, find him whiney and annoying. (Cailou, not Connor.)

However, Connor talks about Cailou like they are friends.  He also talks about how much fun Cailou has at playschool.  We also talk about how Cailou is kind to his sister and his cat, etc. 
So the whiney, annoying, creepy bald kid is actually a good influence on him.

A couple of weeks ago, Connor asked if we could make pizza like Cailou did.  Connor is a picky eater and has never asked for any food item other than oreos and ice cream.  I jumped at the chance to make something healthy that he would eat.  He even asked if we could put mushrooms on it because that's how Cailou likes it. 

OF COURSE! I responded, all the while thinking finally he is eating a vegetable that isn't fried...

Daddy and Connor with the toppings.

Yummy!

Now, did he eat any????
Of course not.

"I can't like mushrooms, Mommy. No pizza for me."

Comments

Unknown said…
LOL! I'm sorry, but that's hysterical! Ethan will always tell me how if he eats broccoli he'll become strong. But then tells me he can't eat it today, but maybe tomorrow. (and tomorrow, and tomorrow...)
Samantha said…
I'm with Tima on this one Sarah! That is hysterical! BTW-Those are some YUMMY looking pizzas!
Emily said…
My daughter loves Caillou! That kid has the whiniest voice I've ever heard. I remember the pizza episode. I've seen it a lot. :)
Annie said…
LOL!!!! My girls say the same thing about vegetables.

Yummy, pizza!!
Quadmama said…
I feel the same way you do about Cailou... but, like Connor, my girls like him. I let my girls make their own pizzas on flattened biscuit (the ready to bake dough)... so far I haven't convinced them to put vegetables on, but they have ventured into trying pineapple on their pizza. Hey, it's a start.

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