My Kids Won’t Eat It…Unless The Costco Lady Gives It To Them

Costco.

I love Costco.

Costco has done more for my children’s food palate then Rachel Ray ever could.

My kids are picky eaters. They are the kind of kids that won’t eat if one food on the dinner plate has dared to encrouch on another food’s territory.

Oh no. Food does not mix and mingle with one another. It is the number one food rule in my house. The corn is eaten alone. The potatoes are eaten alone.

We do not mix in this family.

But I digress…

For whatever reason, my children’s staunch food rules are abandoned when they pass through the doors of Costco.

In Costco, the little rascals will eat anything presented to them by a stranger in a hair net.

It is unbelievable. They’ll try anything. And the little buggers will LIKE IT!

They’ll try spiced turkey sausage with feta cheese, smoked bruschetta on french bread, grilled steak, chicken quesidillas, casseroles, 28 different kinds of cheeses, blended fruit drinks, exotic vegetables, and the list goes on and on…

So my husband and I invariably end up sprinting around the store scarfing up warehouse sized packages of EVERYTHING that the kids tried, enthralled with the miracle of food diversity we just witnessed our children indulge in.

Oh happy day!

And then, when we get it all home and serve it to them ourselves… they don’t eat it.

I’m seriously thinking of hiring someone with a hair net to come over and feed my children.

4 Responses to "My Kids Won’t Eat It…Unless The Costco Lady Gives It To Them"

  1. Musings of a Housewife
    Musings of a Housewife 1879 days ago .

    HA! Isn’t that ALWAYS the way!?

  2. JennieG
    JennieG 1879 days ago .

    Oh, yes, it is. And I am stuck with $145 worth of weird stuff that no one will eat. I’m thinking of starting them a tab!

  3. Tommy
    Tommy 1879 days ago .

    I would start with just buying the hair net (not a case from Costco)first and then work you’re way up to the lady.

  4. JennieG
    JennieG 1879 days ago .

    Hmmm…. good strategy. Now I am worried that I will start receiving hair nets for my birthday. Maybe I shouldn’t have written this blog, huh?