It's true. We DO have a serious problem. It's about my kids. My sweet, wonderful, amazing babies are addicted.....
I don't know how it happened. What started out as a way to get them to quit whining for dessert has become a nightly routine. When they get off the school bus, it's "Mom, did you make our Jell-o?" I shudder to think what might happen if the answer is no.
"What kind did you make? Did you get whipped cream for it?"
I actually thought not buying whipped cream would put a damper on their enthusiasm. No such luck.
"Is it time for Jell-o?"
Maybe if I make them eat their green beans it will kill the cravings...
"I like green beans. I ate them all. Is it time for Jell-o now?
Maybe I can make this Jell-o addiction work for me. I can see it now...No Jell-o unless they clean their room. No Jell-o unless they put away their laundry. No Jell-o if they whine about doing homework.
Just how far can I push this thing, I wonder?