He said with a smile on his face, "Yes I did."
I said, "I wonder what that's going to do to your stomach?"
Daddy said, "It will start erasing it away."
Isaak's eyebrows raised up and he started sobbing.
Isaak said, "What will happen to me? Am I going to die?"
Maybe it was bad, but we all couldn't help it, we busted out laughing. I'm still laughing about it.
I said, "No you won't die. If you eat some things you shouldn't, you could die. Stick with eating food."
Daddy said, "It will probably just come out in your poop."
Isaak still crying said, "Oh no! What will my poop look like?"
I don't think we ever answered that one.
Our attention then went to Mica, who spent the whole meal interrupting. I sent him to time-out after asking him three times to stop. Mica interrupts a lot. He stomped off to the time-out chair, having some attitude. Then when he was done sitting there, he had to take all the dishes to the counter.
He said, "This just isn't fair. I need a dessert when I'm all done!"
Daddy said, "You can have more salmon cuscus, or veggies if you are still hungry."
Mica said, "I don't want that stuff! I want a dessert."
Then he broke down crying like it was the end of his 7 year old life.
That same night I read on Facebook that my nephew Elijah put sunblock all over his Dad's car; because he was worried it would get burnt.
I tell ya something is in the air! Our boys have been so tired, emotional, stuffy, acting out more than usual and the weather can't make up it's mind. Usually our boys are not so emotional. Mica especially doesn't cry often. I really don't think we are still locked into having a cold. I think it's allergies at its worst.