"Do you want Macaroni and Cheese? Can I make you some?" (It needs to be stated that this child actually went down for a nap without lunch--don't feel too sad for her because she did have a snack--because she had thrown the MOTHER of all hissyfits for pretty much 45 minutes prior to said nap and was still in no mood to eat, much less make a rational decision about what TO eat. So, she napped and slept 3 hours and woke up a different person. Whew!)
"No. I want some broccoli. I want some hot broccoli." (Going through my brain, "Really????")
"You want broccoli for dinner?" I asked.
"Yes." (though her "yes" sounds like "yeth," cause she has a wee bit of a lisp, which I love).
"Okay, I'll make you some broccoli."
"Green beans. I need some green beans, too."
Who IS this kid????? What weird magical thing have I done with child #4 that I did not do with the first (and especially the third) girls that makes her request VEGETABLES as the main food?
Oh well. Broccoli for dinner it is. With leftovers, because I don't see the rest of the Zoo being all, "Yay! Hot broccoli...only...for dinner." But then again, we aren't 2 years old, either.