Friday, 2 June 2017

In Haste

Just a quick post, but who else can I grumble to?

Why does bear do this?  He swore undying adoration for a particular snack.  I bought five as they were on sale.  I had been rationing the snack, just to be on the safe side, but thought I was safe having a few in hand.  Then the morning of the delivery, not the night before when I could have changed the order but ten minutes before the shop arrived, bear broke the bad news that he couldn't possibly manage a mouthful of it ever again.

Yes, I am tempted to tell bear that it's all that's in next time he grumbles about wanting snacks, but I'm fighting a different battle at the moment and I don't have the energy to fight on two fronts.

And what is even more annoying, I know that at some point bear will complain that I don't buy that snack anymore.  But by that time the snacks will be out of date and I am out of patience.

4 comments:

  1. Sounds like you need a break! Kids are like that sometimes. Maybe he'll change his mind and want some more. Otherwise I hope it's something yummy you wouldn't mind eating!

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  2. Can they be frozen? That can extend the shelf life.
    Barb

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  3. Give the snacks to bear's friends when they visit. Bet you bear will like them again once you've given them out!

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  4. Sounds about normal for children - just plain awkward!

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