- Open jar and try not to gag as I dump out the horrid smelling, somewhat thickened juice in which the wieners are stored.
- Obtain lobster fork from the drawer. Momentarily reminisce about the days before children when we could actually afford lobster.
- Use lobster fork to spear the oddly squishy wiener.
- Remind demanding toddler that wieners do not appear on demand and it takes mommy a second to procure them for their enjoyment.
- Give demanding toddler number one the wiener whilst deftly using hip to keep other demanding toddler from attacking their sibling for said wiener.
- Spear yet another strangely squishy morsel and give to demanding toddler number two before all H E Double Hockey Sticks breaks out.
- Wonder why my children turn down ice cream yet happily cram stinky, squishy, room temperatured meat products into their mouth while squealing with joy.
- Blissfully remind myself that soon I will be in Mexico drinking a margharita.
- Repeat steps 5-7 until wieners are gone.
I just don't get how they can like wieners that stink like canned cat food, but then again they eat the dry dog food whenever they can so I guess it makes some sense.
Hmmm...I wonder what food group dry dog food falls into...