Thursday, September 3, 2009


Have I mentioned my daughter’s love for food?  More accurately, her love of putting just about anything in her mouth.  I thought that as a baby gets closer to the one year mark, that sticking things in mouths tends to dissipate.  As a matter of fact, it not only gets worse, but they start to put things in whoever's mouth happens to be within reaching distance.  Regardless of putting just anything in her mouth, Melayna loves food.  She has always had a hammering for food.  Especially food that doesn’t come from a jar and not made especially for baby (you know, the bland stuff).  This girl loves flavor. 


I can’t deny my little peanut the wonders of food.  More importantly, I cannot deny her the joys of getting good and messy. 

What better dish to do the job than spaghetti?


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This was one satisfied little lady.


Rachael September 6, 2009 at 12:19 PM  

cute, but way messy! Did you make Scott clean up? haha

About This Blog

My name is Mary and I'm a working mom with two beautiful children. I've worked for over seven years at a credit union, currently as an administrative assistant. Last fall, I went back to school and started on a Bachelors in Liberal Arts with an emphasis in Elementary Education.

My hobbies, when I have time, include photography, sewing, photo processing, digital scrapbook, online gaming, reading, role playing games like DnD, and board games. But what I really love doing is just being a mom to my two children, Tristan and Melayna.

Tristan, whois four, is an awesome big brother and such an intelligent little boy. He loves Transformers, animals, Dr. Seuss books, and eating.

Melayna, who is one and a half, has definitely taught her momma patience. Unlike her easy going brother, she is curious and persistent. And if something stands in her way, she will definitely let you know her displeasure. Regardless, she is a sweetheart and daddy's little girl.

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