Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Oh man that's a good booger!

Last night at dinner, we had quite the crazy experience. I had cooked spaghetti for dinner and had given Travis a few little pieces to munch on. I decided to give him a little bit bigger one so that he could show his dad how good he is at slurpping them. I gave him the noodle, he slurped it up and swallowed it...no big deal. A few minutes later, he sneezed a couple of times, coughed a couple of times, and then sneezed a couple more times to produce what looked like "a good booger" as his dad called it. When I looked to see at how "good" it was, we realized that it was no booger...it was a NOODLE! Travis had sneezed out that noodle!! I'm not really sure how it all happened but it was CrAzY! Christian pulled it out, after a quick picture was taken ofcourse, and then we got the booger sucker just to make sure it was all out. You just never know what's going to happed at dinner with the Asay's!

13 comments:

Brenda said...

That's pretty tricky!

jm_asay said...

Asay boys are so talented!
What a sweet boy!!
We miss you!!!

The LaPierre Crew said...

That is TOO FUNNY!!!! The hidden hazards of spaghetti! Your puppy is so precious...it looks like Carson is one happy boy!

Matthew & Charlene said...

That is a pretty crazy trick. Who would of known that noodle was going to come out his nose. He is cutie

Emily Asay said...

I'm with Jan, Asay boys are really talented :)

The Lennon Four said...

He will forever have a hidden talent!

Brittany H. said...

Ha ha! That's hilarious!

Middleton Family said...

Thats a great story! He is such a cutie!

Nick and Lindi said...

LOL!! That is too funny! Glad you got the pic! ;)

Teri said...

Hilarious and sick all at the same time...love it. :)

Megan Foulger said...

that's my nephew!! I am so proud!

Frosty said...

I stumbled upon your blog, love it!

The noodle/booger is hilarious! You never really know what trick a kid is going to play next. :)

Jackie

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