1 honeydew melon
1 canteloupe melon
1 package of strawberries
1 (or 2) packages of blueberries
1/2 bunch of red, seedless grapes
1 can pineapple chunks in their own juice
Cut melons in half. Remove seeds and pulp. Using a spoon or melon baller (not a knife), remove the fruit from the skin and place in a large mixing bowl. In the meantime, have your helpers (I've got some to spare if you need any) check blueberries for stems and pluck grapes and add them to the bowl. Remove stems from strawberries, quarter, and add to mix. Helpers can mangle a few strawberries as well. Drain pineapple juice into a glass and give to your husband to drink. Add chunks to bowl and have helpers take turns mixing. Cover and refrigerate.
To serve, place a generous helping in a bowl. Feed all the blueberries and some strawberries and grapes to the baby. Give all the rest of the grapes to the toddler. (Do not attempt to give these children their own bowls of fruit. YOUR bowl of fruit tastes much better than THEIR bowl of fruit, and they know it.) Enjoy the melons, pineapples and some strawberries!