wishing you and yours a safe and wonderful holiday!
lately, in my kitchen, i have:
*made mexican casserole. next time i think i am going to omit the chips in the baking process and just serve them on the side so they'll be crunchy. i also think that this might just work in a heated tortilla!?!
*popped lots of popcorn for my boys.
*been working at whittling away on my rotary apples. here are two great recipes to use:
*baked blueberry banana nut bread for a mama with a new baby. i hope to post the recipe soon.
*worked on eating up our frozen leftovers.
*and tomorrow i'll be working on my version southern living's chocolate pecan pie. i make my own crust, omit the bourbon, and use light corn syrup instead of the dark. sinfully rich and good stuff!
so mandy invited us to join them for the program and the feast.
august couldn't wait to see all his friends perform. kacee
they all did such a good job!
i updated my shop today with children's aprons, some boy and girl one piece cuteness, and a christmas tree tea towel. check it out!
to get in our requests in early and to say thank you for last years gifts.
they have a whole section dedicated to play and our little man LOVED it!
shooting, remote control cars, and trains, is there anything else a boy could ask for?
and since trav and i both had them as children,
he probably will too.
i just don't know if my nerves we be ready to handle it when the time comes.
we build them almost everyday.
today we needed to add a tunnel.
making use of our recycling pile.
which was jam packed with fun: adult halloween party, treat-or-treating,
wedding reception, and a community get together!
mom and i decked out in 70's and 80's attire for the adult party (the men were off hunting).
parker hugged his mama for a few seconds and my camera just happened to be ready.
on sunday afternoon, we hit papa g and nonae's community party.
bounce houses, haunted houses, hayride and dinner.
he just did the bounce house.