2. Play-Doh – Okay, I used to eat Play-Doh when I was little, so I really can’t fault her for this one.
3. Mud – After coming in from the backyard, she has mud all over her face, lips and teeth. Why exactly is that appetizing?
4. Chalk – As much chalk as this child eats, I should just serve it for dinner.
5. Markers – You’ve seen the pictures.
6. Cat food – She will actually push the cats out of the way if they are trying to eat because she gets mad that they’re eating her food.
7. Pennies – I try to hide all coinage, but if she finds one, she pops it into her mouth, shows it to me, then runs. I think she thinks it’s funny to have me chase her even though she’s in trouble.
8. Eli’s toothbrush – Eli has a suction cup Crayola toothbrush that Georgia loves to play with.
9. Candy from the floor at school – She can spot candy on the floor a mile away and usually pops it in her mouth before I can stop her.
10. Silly Putty – Again, I used to chew on this stuff, too. It’s an interesting consistency.
11. Wooden toast – She has a pretend toaster and likes to chew on the pretend toast that are basically wooden blocks. But I can’t get her to eat real toast.
12. Sour milk – She found a sippy cup under her bed and drank half of what was left before she handed it to me and said, “Yucky.” Dude! It was clumpy, yet she took several sips!
13. A toilet paper roll – Usually she uses it as a telescope. I’m not quite sure what the heck she was doing with it this week.