I sure do love Rhubarb after I had some cobbler a few months ago but it has been in short supply lately. So today when I saw some at QFC I took matters into my own hands. If I need to I will just eat it raw.
Yeah I know we were supposed to pay for it first but what are they going to do, prosecute a toddler, that is Mommy's problem.
Such good stuff, maybe next time I will be able to wait until we get home and Mommy can actually cook it into something.
Well, I should have moved up earlier but I am no longer a Thumper at Lil' Kickers. There were some issues earlier on in my professional soccer career, apparently I don't follow instructions as well as I should. I am a bit of a Maverick.
Next season I am going to be a Cottontail! Yeah, I didn't move up as fast but now look at Me!
I am going through the process of Potty Training. The great thing is that Mommy has set-up a reward system for me. Five Pee Pees in the Potty gets me a character from "Cars". Oh boy did I want Finn McMissile and I wanted him today!
Boy was I inspired also. Mommy even had Finn call me in the morning to give me a pep talk. I was ready!
Through the day I drank lots of water and held back the temptation to get instant relief in my Huggies. Well, by bedtime it was worth it!
Count them! Five stickers in a row. Finn McMissile was mine!
Get ready for some action! A Secret Agent has just been unwrapped!
Sometimes it can really irritate me the way Mommy doesn't fall into line when I want something. Well, if my yelling doesn't get the point across perhaps some water from the hose in your face will get the message heard better!
Well, turns out Daddy was one step ahead of me. The water had been turned off a long time ago. Grrr!
It wouldn't have been so bad had Mommy not laughed at me also. Talk about adding insult to injury!
I guess picking me up and kissing me afterwards made things a little better.
The entire family visited China Village last night and I got to see my friend Amy the owner. We have been friends for a long time. Since I was born in the Year of the Tiger she refers to me as her Tiger Baby!
I accept this name, I can be quite the Tiger if I want to be but last night I learned about a new Chinese name that really fits me.
Amy told my parents about a trend in China . . . the Xiaohuangdi or Little Emperor. Because of the Chinese "One Child" policy the children over there grow-up to be overly entitled and spoiled.
I contemplated this while eating my leftover Steamed Rice and Lo Mein tonight. Honestly, being a Little Emperor sounds like a pretty good deal! Servants, Gifts and Well Cooked Food seems like a good way to go through life.