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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Why doesn't Blogger recognize "quesadilla"? I'm not spelling it wrong, am I?

After a day of fun at the planetarium and the beach, we headed to dinner.  We went to a decent restaurant but one we won't be going back to.  This restaurant DID NOT HAVE A KIDS MENU!!!

What restaurant doesn't have a kids menu - especially at the beach?!

I quickly reviewed the menu and told the kids that they had a cheese quesadilla and wouldn't that be a great thing to split?  Sarah, who loves quesadillas, quickly said, "NO!  I don't want to SHARE anything!"

Peter, who typically could take or leave a quesadilla, said, "That sounds good to me."

Sarah, in a very whiny voice, said, "I don't want to shaaaaaaaaaaaaare!  I want my own dinner!"

To which I responded, "Well, there's no way you both are getting $10 menu items!  You are going to share  a quesadilla and that's that!"

To which Sarah responded by sulking until she started actually eating the quesadillas which she deemed, "delicious".

Here she is sulking...and the fact that I was taking pictures of her didn't help matters:

Here are a few other pictures from our evening...


Kimberly said...

My favorite Chinese restaurant in our town (non-buffet/order off a menu and the food comes in those silver dishes) does not have a kids menu. I only go there when I can meet my husband for lunch. Stinks when good places cant cater to the whole family.....

Colleen said...

You guys look great! And this just proves that boys are easier than girls :)