Learning to spread peanut butter and jelly on bread is an important step to building the motor skills necessary for driving a car and french braiding your hair.
considering how kids never really just pick up a sandwich and eat it like normal human beings, you can make them lunches that defy the norms of sandwich making for fun. They're going to decimate the thing anyway, why not get them excited about the beauty they are about to destroy?
I think this is maybe some sort of sandwich pressed in a special Winnie the Pooh sandwich maker? What's in there I wonder? Nutella and peanut butter? Hot dogs and cheddar? pickles and ham? Is it lunchtime yet?
Via: Kidskidskids http://kidskidskids.tumblr.com/post/2050274145/simplypooh
Ahhhhhh doesn't that look refreshing? Laying out on liverwurst beach with an umbrella and a lettuce bush nearby for a snack. We've been having freak hailstorms with lightning and thunder and then suddenly it will be calm. I'm ready for a steady shot of sunshine. Any time now.
What is this gingerbread man singing about? First thought, "Frosty the Snowman" but look at his jaunty little hat and dramatic wide stance! He must be in the middle of an epic Vivaldi piece or something. He's serious. I'm going to let him finish his song before I eat him.