Cheerios have been a part of my life since as far back as I can remember.
Sunday mornings sitting in front of the tv just wouldn’t have been the same without a a big bowl of those toasted o’s overflowing with milk. I can taste them now.
It’s no surprise that The Kids are now taking up where I left off.
Continuing on with the Cheerios Legacy
3. No hands are required to eat them. In this picture, Artemis is eating crackers so pretend that they’re Cheerios. They eat their Cherrios with no hands all the time (I just don’t have a picture of it). Real classy, I know.
4. They are an easy snack (to eat and carry around) and the kids love them.
Tonight, Reina heads to Ogdensburg, NY for the evening. Her ACL replacement surgery is tomorrow morning. We will pick her up on Friday and let you know more about her recovery then.
This afternoon, the kids and I headed outside to play. We lasted 30 minutes and then I couldn’t take it any longer. The mosquitos were so bad. Max tried to catch a couple of bees. We have a fair amount as we have a ton of lilac bushes.