Ryan and Charlie at the “Grocery Store”

by Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom on November 5, 2010

Steve found this video of Ryan and Charlie at the “grocery store” at the children’s museum in town.  It makes my heart melt.

  1. They look so little.
  2. They are growing too fast.
  3. They love their vegetables…as evidenced by their enthusiasm to fill their carts.  (And by the way the eat them up at the dinner table.
  4. They look so little!
  5. They worked together and didn’t get in each other’s way. (Which of course, does NOT happen that way all the time.)
  6. They are growing too fast.

I’ll stop now!  Just wanted to share the precious-ness with you.

(Of course when they are 15 and 13 and they find out about this, they may not think it so precious!)

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Jolyn@Budgets are the New Black November 5, 2010 at 11:33 am

I love the sly look Ryan gave when he threw in that box of snickers! This is too precious. Yes, they grow too fast. Before you know it they’ll be getting veggies stuck in their braces. (You started saving for those yet?) ;)

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Candi November 5, 2010 at 1:20 pm

So cute! I love how he went behind the V8 to get the cereal…so adorable!

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Claire November 5, 2010 at 5:15 pm

Thank you for sharing that. We have a museum that has a kid store also and my 2yr. old always gets all the cheese.

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Nancy November 5, 2010 at 10:07 pm

You will be surprised that when they get older they will remember their times at the museum and you’ll remember all over again. My 16 yr. old son was debating with his friend within the last few months about what was the best part of that museum: the jail corner, the grocery, the water tables, or the big climbing tower in the middle. I personally loved sitting in the log cabin being fed “stew” by my little pioneers. Soon your guys will be 16 so enjoy every minute.

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Crystal from Cincinnati November 8, 2010 at 2:13 am

We love going to the Cincinnati Children’s Museum, too! They have the coolest setup!! The History and the Natural History Museums are also in the same bldg, Union Terminal, and we have often spent the entire day there! A pass is only a little over $100 for the year for the whole family, and it’s money well-spent! Your family obviously loves it, too.

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