Wednesday, November 19, 2008

 They can't get enough

Of this stuff:
And I think they are really going to enjoy Thanksgiving too.
We were having supper Saturday night and Noe was babbling, as usual. Some of his words were understandable, some were unique Noe language. All of the sudden - out of the blue - he says "green bean casserole", clear as ever. What not-quite-two-year-old is actually that into green bean casserole?? Apparently this one. :)
Along those same lines, I was over at the yellow house last week and I had brought a tasty pumpkin cheese cake creation. Noe was, again, babbling to all the cute little boys at the table. Kristy and I were sitting there enjoying our pie and all of the sudden Noe realizes this. He abandoned his peanut butter and jelly and says "PUMPKIN PIE" plainly as ever.
This kid has always been like that. He started talking around 11 months and none of it was intelligible except those words which pertained to food. You'd hear this "mmm, bah moo uhnn CRACKER". He can talk quite well now, but his most clear words are still food related. :)

15 comments:

The Bayou Belles and Their Beau said...

A boy after my own heart ... green bean casserole and pumpkin pie. He is ready for Thanksgiving.

So jealous about the snow. Enjoy!

creative gal said...

Oh, I luv the snow!!! :o)

Anne Elizabeth said...

He is so cute! My son is all about the green beans right now. He is going to love green bean casserole. It looks like you are getting quite a bit of snow.

sara said...

a boy after my own heart!!! I love food too!

AmandaHoyt said...

Noe and his words are too cute!
Hugs and prayers,
Amanda

Jackie @ Our Moments Our Memories said...

This boy is going to be a world-famous chef! I love me some green bean casserole, so this is a little guy after my own heart. Wait until Thanksgiving Day, he'll be going crazy with all of the yummy food around.

I MISS THE SNOW! Ok...got that out of my system now.

Aspiemom said...

I'll probably see him on his own cooking show on Food Network when he's only 16 or 18yrs!

I bet that really cracks you up each time he does that.

Will he help in the kitchen on Thanksgiving Day??

Sara@ Butterville said...

That is so funny! He knows what he like and anybody that likes food is a friend of mine. Ooh, I'm so jealous you have snow. They keep teasing us that it'll snow and so far nothing has stuck or lasted long enough to whiten the ground. :(

Rachel @ Unexpected Blessings said...

Kristy shared her last piece of that pumpkin cheesecake stuff with me. I would speak up for that stuff too! YUMMMO!

I wish we would get enough snow to cover the ground! Maybe this weekend.

Rachel said...

Sounds like we're cut from the same mold - my clearest words are always food related too! :)

He sounds like such an amazing little boy! I know you guys are so blessed by his presence.

MoziEsmé said...

That snow looks like fun, and it seems Noe has his priorities straight!

Wish I could get Esme to eat green beans! That must be some special casserole recipe...

Jules from "The Roost" said...

I love the snow picture! That cracks me up that he is talking about food! Join the club :)

Cindy said...

Don't you just love it when your little ones start growing up?!

I want to see snow again ~ I sure miss it living in AZ now.

dani said...

add stuffing, and i'd call it a date:b noe is so cute and has fabulous taste, too!!! (no pun intended;)
love,
dani

Kristy said...

We can't wait for you guys to come back over. We all had a great time. I would not be heartbroken if you insisted on bringing more of that pumpkin cheesecake pie goodness either.