Mommy Truth: We’re Evil For Breaking Bananas

Leyna is 17 months old and this also applies to oranges, tortillas, cheese sticks, and all other inanimate, food objects in our house.

  • MelissaS - I’m evil for also putting the frozen french fries in the oven! My 2.5 year old needs to rescue 2 frozen fries from the pan before they meet their fate.ReplyCancel

    • Katie - Ha! My 16-month-old is the exact same, I absolutely love this 🙂ReplyCancel

  • A Man Called Dad - One whole slice of bread. Best snack ever Dad!

    Two half slices of bread at once. **TANTRUM**

    WTF?ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer @ Also Known As the Wife - I’ve warned my husband about this phenomenon…he doesn’t believe me. Can’t wait until this bite Doubting Thomas in the ass.ReplyCancel

  • Meghan - I took the plastic off the Capri sun for my daughter tonight. She wanted to blow it off. Tantrum followed. Oh the poor thing.ReplyCancel

  • Meghan - Chicken nuggets are not to be cooked either. She will eat them cold or cry for their hotness.ReplyCancel

  • Wendy Blackwell - Its bananas, its apples and its the straw in the Capri Sun.ReplyCancel

  • Ciara Price Foust - Mine demands we break the banana. She must have TWO!ReplyCancel

  • Rachael Hart - that is so my daughter!ReplyCancel

  • Evin Cooper - I WANT IT BIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIG!! WHY DID YOU MAKE IT WIDDLE??????? No. I want a big nana. Put dat one back and give me a big one.

    I drink a lot of banana smoothies using my daughters rejected fruit.ReplyCancel

  • Jamie Smith - i thought i was the only one drying tears shed over broken food! the worst are breakfast bars. they better be whole, still half wrapped—or ELSE!ReplyCancel

  • Jess @ MomEinstein - Hahaha, I’m so glad this isn’t just my kid. She yells, “I BITE IT! I BITE IT!” and throws a fit if I cut up her fruit. But then there are things that need to be cut. HOW am I supposed to know which is which??ReplyCancel

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