Monday, March 30, 2009

Birthday Planning

Max is always planning his birthday party. He switches themes on a weekly basis. After a viewing of Toy Story he suggested a space theme and said we could serve the special cheeseless pizza I make for Max and Owen. I laughed and wondered out loud if other children would like cheeseless pizza. Max said "Why wouldn't they?" I replied that most kids were used to only eating their pizza with cheese and I wondered what they would think of pizza without cheese. Max simply said "Well, if they don't like it they can just bring their own." There was no malice or sarcasm in what he said, just a statement. Because this is what he knows; when you go to a party you bring your own food! Makes me ponder what he has learned about hospitality.

Puts a whole new face on BYOB or should I say BYOP!

PS. Speaking of cheese, wish us luck. Milk challenge tomorrow!

3 comments:

Nicole said...

Good luck! Let us know how the challenge goes.

By the way, my daughter is always planning her birthday too. In fact she has the next several birthdays all planned, but, yes, those plans change frequently!

Karen said...

We serve to guests milk based pizza, and dairy free cake. Our daughter can be in the same room as dairy, without a problem.

3 for Me! said...

Sounds like my daughter wanting to plan her own birthday for late MAY!! LOL!!

She only thinks of non-milk food though to serve everyone... I really try only to feed family and friends food that we all can eat:)It's nice to hvae everyone on the same diet even though my husband and I and possibly our youngest daughter could eat a little dairy!