February 07, 2019
January 17, 2018
Oy…Mom’s don’t get sick too much, and the above is the reason why…
Notice that Mom doesn’t look surprised.
Ok, yes I know, it’s ‘Moms’…
The operation was a success, but the medicine is going to kill you …
Calvin make good thing equal a child sixs a year will do ,
proud of Calvin..
Just wondering what might have happened to the toast!! :)
To stay ill for a longer time is not best for Moms!
Lol…in Calvin’s mind he did a good thing.
What could he possibly have done with toast and orange juice that could be worse than what he did with the eggs?
I would have blamed Hobbes!
What a panhandler
I would give my kid a big hug too, and then pry myself out of bed to see what happened to the kitchen. It’s so sweet when they try to take care of things. :-)
Clearly he set the orange juice on fire and burned up half the kitchen and he spilled the toast into the radiator.
Poor Cal, never makes any points.
When my siblings were a little younger than Calvin they made breakfast for my mom too . . . by cracking eggs over the brand new set of Encyclopedias. Real life and imaginary play weren’t two distinct things at that point yet.
How can his dad even let Calvin near fire??
It’s the thought that counts.
If the decals in the back of ford truck windows offer any insight at all, I think I know the backstory of the orange juice.
“All or Nothing at All” – Frank Sinatra
@Number Six,“…does that make Calvin’s breakfast a healthy ‘serial’?It goes against the ‘grain’ to think so! Calvin would have done better to serve Cheerios, (but not hot oatmeal). Mom would more likely have been ‘feeling her oats’ afterward.
Usually “it’s the thought that counts”, but what if the house had burned down. Even a six-year-old needs to use some common sense. Oh, we’re talking about Calvin, aren’t we? He’s an exception to the rule!
Exception is the rule with Calvin.
@farmmat maybe he spilled orange juice over the toaster, coused a fire, and burned entire kitchen to the ground :D
Not bad for a 6 year old. The house is still standing. (Thanks Dad for helping your kid out).
Awwwwwwww! So cute.
Dad was probably supervising in the background. As for the eggs, has it ever been said that he could cook?
How about something like: “The Next 6-Year-Old Iron Chef”???!!!
Calvin’s dad supervising him while he made his sick mother breakfast in bed . . . like “the blind leading the blind” in this instance???!!!
Calvin, the salesman for “Kitchens R Us”…..
he was panned by the Food Review in todays paper.
Sadly, I cook that well as a husband.
Good thing Gordon Ramsey’s not around.
Hey—when I cook, at least I never burn the salad. . . .
Ahhh, Calvin … but at least he gets an “A” for effort, right?.This one gave me a good laugh.
Uh, you don’t cook salad bmonk. It sort of wilts…
Before or after you saw the kitchen?
They both showed they love Mom in their own unique way. Calvin by doing and telling about it, and Dad by not saying a word.
that’s actually really sweet……
Well, he tried. That’s what counts.
Its the thought that counts anyway