Thursday, March 15, 2012

Dinnertime Yoga

Pose Of The Spatula: Lie on the couch, considering that none of your kids will eat green beans.

The What Kind of Mother Are You: When they say, "What's the green thing in the cheese sauce?" say innocently, "What green thing?"

Trikanasana or Triangle Pose: Cut the crusts off white bread, slather on peanut butter, weave broccoli into the conversation.

Pigeon: Coo. Coo. Cooo. The brownies are made with blackbeansandzucchini. Say it real fast and it sounds like "expensive single origin Dutch-processed cocoa, Mommy loves you so much."

Corpse Pose: Fish nuggets.

Pose Of The Non-Stick Pan: Slide easily to the floor, like the fried eggs that everyone said they wanted for breakfast but after you made them, nobody wanted.


  1. Hmmm.

    You make me smile.

    I have often been seen in the frying pan pose...more often than I'd like.

  2. I LOVE this post! Especially since I'm a big yoga fan (and a mother of children who, long ago, wouldn't eat broccoli either). Hilarious!

  3. Ha! Love the poses. I used to stand on my head to get my kids to veggies. Of course, now that I am a grandmother I don't sweat it so much.

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