Thursday, July 03, 2008

with a kiddie root beer, please

Today involved one of my favorite outings: a little lunch date with Supa-ironwoman-linds. To my delight and amazement, as I walked into the good old Red Butte with cute baby, the nice gentlemen working there kindly showed me to my seat and proceeded to ask me if we wanted a kids' menu.

A kids' menu.

She's ELEVEN WEEKS OLD. If there's ever been a time for a grilled cheese or bite-sized corndog, it's now.

Thanks but no thanks, man. I AM her kids' menu.

10 comments:

Erin said...

oh, i love when that happens. my favorite was when the waitress kept asking if we wanted some milk for joseph. i wanted to tell her that i supplied his milk, but i was with my in-laws, so i refrained.

Ashley is Blogalicious! said...

I hope that you said that out loud.

Mar said...

So does Root Beer come out one side because they didn't teach me THAT in Breastfeeding 101.

KT said...

You just never know, I guess. When do kids start eating corndogs, anyway?

WonderKitty said...

Don't let her start those kid menus too early. I am addicted now. Mac and cheese, grilled cheese, mini hamburgers, half portions of fries. There should probably be an intervention.

AlliSMiles said...

haha! don't you love when people ask things CLEARLY without thinking? when i met my husband's BLONDE parents at PF Chang's one day, he asked my then bf and me which of us was meeting the parents for the first time. seriously?

Nikki said...

HAHAHA!!!!!!!! That is so hilarious! I'm glad you shared it with us.

Julie said...

Two recipes. I hardly think that qualifies me to be 35. And anyway, can't younger women like cooking? I'm only 23. It's more like I'm in college/grad school, so I'm an adult now, and I'd like to eat more than just fast food, so I learned how to cook. I don't think cooking is only under the realm of older women.
*Please take this as a friendly note. I'm really not arguing or anything. I'm just letting you know what I think about it. And I have been making fun of myself for posting these recipes. I just want other people to make the shepherd's pie and find out how good it is! Is there something wrong with that? Okay, there is. I do solemnly swear never to post two recipes in one blog again. (I've never posted a recipe on my blog before!)

Supalinds said...

Baby looked hungry for a corn dog I can understand where the hostess came of thinking she might need a kids menu.

Valerie said...

I'm a stranger from your stranger post on my blog. You're freakin' hilarious! I can't stop laughing. I hope you don't mind but I'm putting you on my reader.

Still. Laughing.