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May 6th, 2010

may 2010

Kenny and Cooper and I went out for dinner with my parents a few nights ago, and we settled on my favorite sushi place, even though my menu options are a bit limited, at least for the next 7 (!) or so days.   We were the first ones there, and it was one of those rare nights where both boys not only behaved perfectly, but ate everything that I put on their plates, from the edamame and sticky rice to the chicken katsu.

Halfway through dinner, Kenny started yelling, “Ahoy!” every time someone came in.   I laughed as soon as I realized that he was hearing the traditional shouts of “Irasshaimase!” and translating them into a word that he knew.       Cooper joined in not much after, and a fun time was had by all.

I ate as much wasabi as humanly possible,  but the old, “Spicy foods trigger labor” hogwash didn’t work.   Waa.   Next on the list?   A massage.   And a little jumping rope…


  1. One of The Guys says

    Funny! And cute pics.

    I’m impressed your kids ate everything.

    If they didn’t have chicken nuggets, my kids wouldn’t eat. 🙂

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  2. Jenna says

    Just came across your blog. Sounds like your about to get another great blessing in your life. I love how your kids can “translate” things. My dad lives in China and when I was younger my brother and I would ad-lib Chinese conversations into English and usually totally off topic.

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  3. kristjana says

    Don’t feel bad… Chicken Katsu is thinly pounded chicken fried in panko batter… think of it as gourmet chicken nuggets! ha ha…

    May 7th, 2010 | #

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