Supper With the Boys

            The Duppster and I had the two grandsons over the weekend. 

            Harrison is almost four; Fisher is 14 months.  What this means is that we had our hands full. 

            Sunday meant Sunday School and church and we made it through much, much better than we feared.  Now THAT was something for which to give thanks!

            Fortunately, there are several neighborhood children, so both boys were able to play outside with others in the afternoon.  That was yet another reason for thanksgiving.

            Meal time was something else.  Fisher has learned to say “cracker” and continually asks for crackers, even while eating something else. 

            Sunday night, after a long but enjoyable day, it was time for supper and I wasn’t sure what to fix in a hurry that Harrison would eat and that Dupp liked.

            Well, as it turns out, both Harrison and Dupp love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.  Voila!  That would be the perfect quick supper, even though we had to use different kinds of jelly based on personal preferences.  Wouldn’t you know it?

            Harrison was at the table, gobbling down his peanut butter and (blackberry) jelly sandwich, when he turned to me and said, “This is just a fake supper.  Right?”


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