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Date: 02 Oct 2006 07:50:00
From: gscace
Subject: A proud parenting moment
Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the cup.
I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She licks off
the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.

-Greg





 
Date: 09 Oct 2006 15:54:54
From: Jason Winfield
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
gscace wrote:
> Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
> drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the cup.
> I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She licks off
> the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.
>
> -Greg
>
How can you give a child this young coffee????


  
Date: 09 Oct 2006 03:26:49
From: cschepers
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
Jason Winfield wrote:
> gscace wrote:
>> Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
>> drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the cup.
>> I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She licks off
>> the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.
>>
>> -Greg
>>
> How can you give a child this young coffee????

Easy. It has a lot less sugar than fruit juice or soda. My 2yo also
loves coffee, although he prefers it with cream and Splenda to straight.
Besides, a few sips off my cup might end up being what, an ounce
total? I'll take that over a can o' Pepsi any day (or even an ounce).

Chris "not anti-juice, just pro-coffee" Schepers


   
Date: 10 Oct 2006 10:04:22
From: Brent
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
> Jason Winfield wrote:
>> gscace wrote:
>>> Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
>>> drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the cup.
>>> I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She licks off
>>> the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.
>>>
>>> -Greg
>>>
>> How can you give a child this young coffee????
>
> Easy. It has a lot less sugar than fruit juice or soda. My 2yo also
> loves coffee, although he prefers it with cream and Splenda to straight.
> Besides, a few sips off my cup might end up being what, an ounce total?
> I'll take that over a can o' Pepsi any day (or even an ounce).
>
> Chris "not anti-juice, just pro-coffee" Schepers

a good decaf keeps me out of trouble as well at home.




  
Date: 08 Oct 2006 22:16:22
From: DougW
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
Jason Winfield wrote:
> gscace wrote:
>> Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
>> drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the
>> cup. I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She
>> licks off the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.
>>
>> -Greg
>>
> How can you give a child this young coffee????

tippy cup.

--
DougW




   
Date: 10 Oct 2006 10:03:54
From: Brent
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
> Jason Winfield wrote:
>> gscace wrote:
>>> Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
>>> drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the
>>> cup. I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She
>>> licks off the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.
>>>
>>> -Greg
>>>
>> How can you give a child this young coffee????
>
> tippy cup.
>
> --
> DougW


demitasse works as well!

Brent




 
Date: 04 Oct 2006 07:08:02
From: Omniryx@gmail.com
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
I remember horrifying one scoutmaster and enchanting another by making
Turkish over a campfire when I was 10 or 11.

Will
"My gawd, Maudine, a gay Eagle Scout. What's 'Murka comin to?"
"Them people's everwhur, Claude."



 
Date: 03 Oct 2006 09:40:13
From: Brent
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
hmmmm

I got told off when my 5 month old was grinning with espresso stains on her
chin.

She didn't drink that much honest - no more than a few drops...

My three year old is allergic to amongst other thing dairy and soy, she
likes "short blacks" when she gets going she likes her version of a fluffy
(kids hot chocolate) - espresso, some rice milk, and for a topping some
ground pepper in place of chocolate sprinkles!

Brent


> Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
> drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the cup.
> I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She licks off
> the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.
>
> -Greg
>




  
Date: 03 Oct 2006 00:27:44
From: Ed Needham
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
I wish my parents would have given me more coffee as a child. Maybe it
would have stunted my growth!

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"Brent" <me@privacy.net > wrote in message
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> hmmmm
>
> I got told off when my 5 month old was grinning with espresso stains on
> her chin.
<SNIP >




   
Date: 04 Oct 2006 00:31:17
From: Brent
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
There was that moment when I contemplated blaming my wife for getting to
much coffee in her system that was colouring the breast milk.

The dribble on the edge of the demitasee, and the darkness of the baby drool
meant that excuse was a gonner...

>I wish my parents would have given me more coffee as a child. Maybe it
>would have stunted my growth!
>
> --
> *********************
> Ed Needham®
> "to absurdity and beyond!"
> ed at homeroaster dot com
> (include [FRIEND] in subject line to get through my SPAM filters)
> *********************
>
> "Brent" wrote in message
>> hmmmm
>>
>> I got told off when my 5 month old was grinning with espresso stains on
>> her chin.
> <SNIP>
>




 
Date: 02 Oct 2006 09:40:50
From: Tim Blue
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
gscace wrote:
> Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
> drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the cup.
> I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She licks off
> the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.
>
> -Greg

That is great!

My 2 year old daughter now says "Chocolate Coffee" to me all the time.

~Tim



 
Date: 02 Oct 2006 16:35:44
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
On 2 Oct 2006 07:50:00 -0700, "gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov > wrote:

>Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
>drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the cup.
> I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She licks off
>the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.


whhooooooohhoooooooooo!!!!


:)

--barry "btdt"



 
Date: 02 Oct 2006 09:04:53
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: A proud parenting moment
"gscace" <gregory.scace@nist.gov > wrote in message
news:1159800600.697324.193150@m7g2000cwm.googlegroups.com...
> Anneke (19 months old) walks up to me yesterday morning while I am
> drinking an espresso. She says "Daddy! Coffee!", pointing to the cup.
> I stick my finger in the cup, then put it in her mouth. She licks off
> the coffee and exclaims "Yummy!!!" I give her more.
>
> -Greg
>

We need to get her together with M2.

Maybe in LB in May 2007??

ken