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Parenting confession

Jack tells me often that he likes the “cow yogurt” better than my homemade yogurt.  The cow yogurt is Brown Cow brand yogurt.

What the little turd doesn’t know is that I reuse the same container all the time and put homemade yogurt in it.


Any sneaky thing you’d like to get off your chest dear reader?

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8 comments on “Parenting confession”

  1. I do that to my husband regularly. He gets ‘brand hooked’ from time to time, and never realizes that the only time he eats that brand is when he specifically buys it. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. I’m telling! ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Bill says he’s brand loyal, and there are a few items that he can taste the difference. But, he has no idea that I’ve been making our laundry detergent for years now and keep pouring it into the tide container because he HAS to have tide.

    It makes me giggle when we go to Target and he asks if we need detergent and I always so nope! I wonder when he thinks we buy it.

  3. I told Lyla we were out of thin mints.

    I really just moved them to the back of the fridge.


  4. I sneak spinach into my veggie hater sons smoothies ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. LOL too funny.

  6. I love that tricking husbands and kids seems to be so creative prevalent amongst this group!

    E, my silence will cost you 2 thin mints.

  7. My friend’s granddaughter will only eaten chicken. So, if it fish, steak, whatever, they tell her it is chicken. If she questions why it tastes different, they tell her it a different kind of chicken. She is six and never questions. Broccoli in spaghetti is not even noticeable when it is really small chunks. It just appears to be bits of meat.

  8. I chop up all of our veggies teenie tiny and put them into everything and call them seasoning. Every now and then I will use a potato peeler on zucchini and put the long green strips in and say “oh, you can pick the zucchini out if you want” but chop the rest up, throw it in there too and nobody notices! Oooooh yes, it works!