Saturday, May 26, 2007

Chicken Noodle Surprise


While suprised that Matthew was semi-cooperative the other day at feeding time, Terri still had to ask, "which organ received more soup; the stomach or the epidermis?"

11 comments:

Grandma W said...

This is a sight for sore eyes to see Matthew actually "touching" his food.

He is learning that mealtime can be fun too. Unfortunately fun for a 2 year old is "messy". Matthew watches his mommy and daddy very closely and mimics them. One of these days he will actually surprise you and "put some food in his mouth". Ha ha

How sweet he is!!!!! Love you little tigger chef! grandma wright

Terri said...

sommmmmmedayyyyyy is right...
he's not into eating one bit ...

nope....

not one bit.... no matter what I try...
it's the ole "pursed tight little lips" and the "karate chop" arms.


the battle continues!

Krystal said...

Even if he didn't eat it, it looks like he enjoyed the chicken noodle! Matthew is so cute :)

Grandma Sue said...

Hey, you remember when he was eating the food and Grandma Wright, Kim and I were cheering him on with every bite. Maybe that's what he's waiting for - an audience. I know it's a test, but I'm sure he will pass this one just like all the rest.

He's so darn cute, no matter what he does.

I love you Matthew and miss you so much.

Grandma Sue

Terri said...

Yep. Those were the first two times and the last two times.

It is the strangest thing.

Maybe he does need an audience???

GoofyJ said...

He loos great - and I hope you win the battle soon. :) I've had fun catching up - I love all the pics that have been put up lately - that breathing treatment episode sounds like something Jacob would have pulled. What a little genius. :)

Tiffany said...

I just found your blog through little woolgatherings and you have been through so much! My daughter is only 3 days older than Matthew. I was so excited when I got to the part that you were able to remove the oxygen during the day and I could see that cute little face without any obstructions. I am really glad that everything is working out and he has turned into a typical 2 year old, getting into as much trouble as possible!!

Hill Family said...

We are the Hill Family and I came across your blog serching under Pulmonary Atresia MAPCA's. Anyway, Matthew is adorable and looks to be doing so well. Our daughter Emma Anne has had 4 heart surgeries for the same congenital defect--by yes, the world famous and amazing Dr. Hanley. After spending virtually the first 2 years of life in and out of hospitals she is now 6 years old, goes to kingergarten and is loving life. You look like such caring and dedicated parents and Matthew looks wonderful!!

Izabell said...

hey:) you could enter the bounty one sheet contest:) Izzy manges to looks the same after dinner:) wonderful photos I always enjoy checking in on you guys:)

Liam's Mom - Gina said...

I am so out of touch! I am glad you are still going strong with trying to get him to eat the good old fashioned way. He'll get it! Don't give up!

He's so cute!

Krystal said...

Hey, guys -- I hope that everything is going OK. It's not like you to go this long without postings, so you're making me worry!!!