Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Gerber Lil Snackin' Bowls

It’s been a while since my Mommy had a really brilliant idea, but I think she did a really good job today, so I wanted to tell you all about it.

Mommy and Daddy were getting ready for work this morning, so I was doing my best to help them. Daddy wanted me to share his oatmeal with him, but I could really see that Mommy needed my help putting away the clean dishes. While she had the cupboard open, I saw something that I wanted. I kept hollering, “Bowl! Bowl! Bowl!” but she couldn’t figure out what I wanted. Maybe the thing I wanted isn’t called a bowl, but I can say bowl, so I thought that might work. It didn’t.

Mommy was starting to tap her foot at me, so I started to think I was never going to get what I wanted. We never did figure out what I was asking for, but Mommy gave me the best bowl ever made. It is a bright blue bowl with a pretty green lid. The lid feels like rubber and it has a hole in the top where I can put my little fingers inside. It is so cool!

Mommy put my French toast in my happy little bowl and she let me carry it to the car! I finished all of my breakfast and I didn’t even spill any of it because I am a big boy. Also, the bowl has that fancy lid I was telling you about, which helped.

I think it’s funny that as Mommy handed me the bowl, she told Daddy, “Like that could ever stop Little King David from dumping a pile of Cheerios all over the car.” I don’t know why she doesn’t trust me, because I showed her how neat I am with my French toast.

Anyway, I just wanted to tell you that I really like Lil Snackin’ Bowls by Gerber. I thought you might like to know just in case you know a messy little toddler like me.


Lynette said...

I love the perspective you put on this review. Very cute coming from a toddler. Those would have come in handy when my kids were younger. Come to think of it, do they make adult sizes? I should get some for my hubby. LOL!

PBandJ said...

I totally agree with David about these bowls! They are awesome and so convenient!

Heather @ Not a DIY Life said...

Love hearing David's perspective! I might have to check these bowls out!