Monday, March 4, 2013

A Breakfast Shish Kabob

Isn't it funny how you can serve something to kids in a different way and they get all excited? Mica helped me put French Toast and fruit on a shish kabob. Daddy on the other hand thought it was a waste of a stick and time. My thought is what's the point of shish kabob sticks if we don't ever use them? It was a task that kept Mica busy for awhile. To me, that totally made a breakfast shish kabob worth it! Mica's help attention span is his weak point. Isaak has a longer attention span than Mica with help related things.

Breakfast included: Spinach leaves and almonds for hair. Grapes, French Toast, blueberries, and apple pieces for the shish kabobs. The little red thing by his chin is a daily vitamin.

7 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I seriously need to get plates like that. My boys would have a field day with him!

Theresa said...

Yes! That plate rocks! I wonder if I can find them around here? My kids love anything on a stick too, but I have never thought of a breakfast kabob. I need to do that real soon!

My Journey With Candida said...

Very cool plate and super healthy breakfast!! You are such a good mom!

Judy Haughton-James said...

Looks yummy Alissa and I love that plate! Enjoy the rest of your Monday.

Claire Justine said...

Great idea :) love this....

Are We There Yet! said...

How creative. I would never have thought of doing that. It would make a kid want to dig in though.

~ Noelle said...

that is a cute plate :)
makes me think of that thing when i was a kid where you had the pen and moved the shavings around to give the guy hair

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