Friday, May 01, 2009

What's Feasible When Your Brother has a Peanut Allergy?

Jonathan brought this paper home this week. One of the questions he missed made me smile. The teacher circled the correct answer. He put a big "NO" next to "making a peanut butter sandwich". I love it! Apparently, making a cat sing is more feasible to him that making a peanut butter sandwich.


By the way, the definition of feasible is: Doable, possible, achievable, workable. Making a peanut butter sandwich in our house is not feasible.

I think Jonathan should have gotten extra credit.



18 comments:

Jessica said...

That is entirely too sweet.. What a good boy!!

Jill said...

Love it, he is so smart!

RLR said...

Yay, Jonathan! I know you are proud of him - and I agree, he should get credit for that answer! Have you read my post about Dough-NUTS?
(Hey, did you like how I did that link? All thanks to you!)

Elaine at Matters of the Heart) said...

I think he should have extra credit too. Every time we hear peanuts or nuts or anything on those lines, both kids say, "we don't eat peanut butter." I love it.

Now you have to teach me how to do links in a comment....

Jeanne said...

Yes!!! He did deserve extra credit! What a SMART kid!

Loni said...

I love this! My daughter will cross out and change the words of math sentences that contain nuts or peanut butter in them.

And I too, want to know how to put links in comments. That's so cool!

Beth E. said...

I agree! Perhaps you should explain this to his teacher!

Hey...how DID RLR link that post to her comment??? I've always wondered how to do that!

Have a great weekend!

momstheword said...

Seriously, I would talk to the teacher and tell her he deserves to have that marked correct!

How did you show RLR how to do a link within the comments? I have never figured it out yet and would love to know how!

He And Me + 3 said...

Yep...teaching a cat to sing would be more doable over here too. I think he deserves it correct.

momstheword said...

Hey it's great to "see" you too, my friend!

Mimi emailed me and asked if I'd seen your comment. I hadn't been over there for awhile so missed it.

Way to much fun commenting on her blog. We should do that every day!!!!

I have actually put a couple of pictures on there.

Eyeglasses & Endzones said...

That is soo cute! Isn't it amazing how intelligent children are about what they can and can't have? I am not just talking about a popcicle or something but when life or death is involved...they really get it!!! Love your blog! It is soo cute and the name is great!

McCrakensx4 said...

What a smart brother he is...always looking out for family! Gotta love it!

Carrie said...

LOL! I've read your blog before from my friend Carmom's blog...and I laughed at all the comments from Mimi's this weekend...hee hee!

Thought I'd comment...since I'm on a roll ;)

That is a smart boy! How cute! I have a friend who's little boy is allergic to peanuts and when he was at our house, he had me read the ingredients on everything I gave him :) My kids still have me do that sometimes because of him...so cute {but my kids are not allergic!}

He should totally get credit for that one!

sarah said...

What a smart little guy and a good big brother!

Amy Jo said...

He should have gotten extra credit! :)

leigh ann said...

I LOVE this! He should definitely not have missed that one. :)

samantha said...

That's a keeper! What a great son you have!!

everydayMOM said...

that's awesome! I love it!!