Monday, March 23, 2015

Playing a Trick on Mica

Mica hates eggs. We make him eat them anyhow. Poor kid!

He's hungry all the time, so at breakfast he either has eggs, almonds, pumpkin seeds, cottage cheese, or plain Greek yogurt. The last two we don't have nearly as much as we used to because it seems the boys and I have some issues with milk. It's not to the point where we're out of commission when we have dairy. We just have stomach issues.

Back on Topic:

Isaak and I went to the store this weekend. I saw these eggs that I've never gotten before - ever.


Nor would I even think of buying them - usually. I looked at the Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs and said, "Hey Isaak do you want to play a trick on Mica?" He was most certainly in. 

We bought the eggs, and decided that I'd offer an egg to Mica. We both knew he'd say, "NO!" Then I'd give everyone else in the family an egg, Mica would see what kind of egg they were getting, and be mad that he didn't get one. 

That folks is how it went down. My scenario was so right. Isaak couldn't stop laughing.

Don't feel too bad for Mica! He did end up getting 3 chocolate covered marshmallow eggs.

10 comments:

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

LOL Sounds like something I would have done to my Daughter when she was younger.

~ Noelle said...

Ha ha ha... that is funny :)
Marc does pranks to the boys all the time...

Michael D'Agostino said...

I wonder how it would taste if you took a real boiled egg and covered it in chocolate...

Theresa Mahoney said...

I bought those eggs this weekend too on a whim. Though my whole family said YUCK, so I've been slowing eating them myself. Guess the trick was played on me there :)

mail4rosey said...

That's funny!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Very cute!

Harry Flashman said...

That was a good joke. It's things like that which keep a family close.

Julie said...

Very predictable! Kids keep us laughing don't they?

Kim said...

I love playing those kind of light-hearted pranks on my kids.

Jordan James said...

Very clever!

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