- 16 Weeks - Navel Orange: This has been sitting in our kitchen for three weeks. I would probably advise against eating it at this point.
- 17 Weeks - Onion: We bought the onion with high hopes of its photographic glory, but then dinner happened. I figured a half of an onion was better than no onion at all, so here we have it. I'm not sure what this says about us as parents.
- 18 Weeks - Sweet Potato: We told a little white lie here, because this is not a sweet potato. Haha, I just made a joke without trying. A really funny one at that. Get it...white lie...white potato. Nevermind.
Casey: Okay, Greg, hold this orange.
Casey: And now this half onion.
Casey: And now this sweet potato.
Greg: This isn't a sweet potato.
Casey: Just PRETEND it's a sweet potato.
Casey: Can you please hold it length-wise so people can see it?
Greg: Is that really-
Casey: Ok stand still. Okay, one more. Great. Thanks.
*Casey walks away to go sit on the couch, leaving Greg holding toxic produce combination*
He's a good sport, ladies and gentlemen.
Do you see that little goober there in the somewhat creepy 4D picture?! I might be biased but I'm pretty sure those are excellent cheek bones. Sorry though, kid, you have a block head like your mom.
I think Greg is enjoying being fed again, due to some subtle hints:
On Monday night he said, "Wow it's so nice to eat healthy food again".
On Tuesday morning he said, "I really enjoyed dinner last night".
On Tuesday afternoon he said, "I am really looking forward to dinner tonight".
On Tuesday evening he said, "I truly feel so refreshed and wonderful from that meal"
WE GET IT, GREG, YOU DON'T WANT TO COOK ANYMORE.
Gender: Still no idea, but RoRo says it's a girl. Since I've been eating strictly RoRo approved foods for the past 12 or so weeks (chocolate milkshakes), she just may be right.
That's all for now, tune back next week to get a glimpse at our awesome Halloween costumes, and hopefully, the appropriate produce selection for the week.