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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Water snobs

First, I can't believe TubaDad bought a bargain brand of sparkling water instead of our favorite brand. And second, I can't believe the three-year-olds noticed. You should have seen his face when they scrunched up their noses and asked what was wrong with their water. I think he muttered something on his way back to the fridge to refill their cups, but luckily I didn't catch it.

12 comments:

  1. lol my little cousin did the same thing but with milk she said it was missing a little jen sais quoi

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  2. Oh my gosh!!! They are just so cute!! Hey, they know what they like! Nothin wrong with that!!

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  3. But you want to raise connoisseurs, don't you? And seriously, TubaDad... cheap sparkling water? Pellegrino is the least you should offer them - Perrier as alternative if you can't find Pellegrino. Or maybe Gerolsteiner or Staatlich Fachinger.

    But please, no cheap supermarket brands...

    (and btw, H2 and S2 despise sparkling drinks of all kinds... which I'm sure will change once they reach college)

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  4. i think you got the 'losing my three year olds to four years soon' blues.

    you've 'mentioned' 'three years old' a few times lately.

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  5. Shauna8/18/2009

    Oh my gosh, I can't believe how much they are talking like big kids, they really are getting so big! Cute little water snobs.

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  6. Hee, hee! They are smart little cookies! :)

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  7. Anonymous8/19/2009

    smart kids :)

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  8. Little girls who know the good stuff from the bad. Love it!

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  9. Too- too funny! The laughter must never stop in your home.

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  10. Too funny! They are as smart as tacks!

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  11. I thought my two were the only ones who liked sparkling water. In our house we call it "tickle water".

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  12. As a girl who blows through cases of San P a week, I have to say, I agree with the girls. There is no substitue.
    Shame on Tuba Dad for trying to pull one over on them.

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