My 2 Year-Old Just Wants Chocolate Instead
2 years, 3 months.
I recently pointed out that you only want to eat the same few meals for dinner throughout the week.
Similarly, you’re that way with treats too.
Your favorite treat is “fluffy,” which is simply a small cup of whipped cream you eat with a straw, while Mommy and Daddy drink coffee at any given coffee shop.
However, we thought you would be excited last Saturday when we told you we were going for a special treat at Sweet Cece’s, which is a pay-by-the-ounce frozen yogurt joint.
“No, I want chocolate instead.”
I tried to explain to you that Sweet Cece’s has chocolate flavored yogurt, but you stuck to your guns on the issue.
When we arrived at Sweet Cece’s, I pulled the lever on the machine, letting you watch the chocolate frozen yogurt fall into my cup.
It freaked you out. You were afraid of it. Maybe you thought it was a snake?
So while Mommy and I enjoyed a nice frozen treat, you chose a small bag of random chocolate toppings, like brownie bites and M&M’s.
Honestly, you were just as happy with your chocolate toppings as we were with our frozen yogurt with those toppings.
Jack, we tried. We tried to get you to give delicious yogurt a chance. But now we know, you prefer the toppings.
So you got your wish: You got “chocolate instead.”
I don’t know, maybe we’ve ruined you on free sample-sized cups of whipped cream at coffee shops.
Maybe the consistency of frozen yogurt or ice cream throws you off because it’s colder and thicker than whipped cream?
Eventually I think you will change your mind. As for now, you get your brownie and you get to eat it too.
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