LOL!! That is great that they are all gone already. And that Mason is the cutest little thing ever. Love that little smile of his. Could you bring him over so I can squeeze him? I'll make you cookies.
is there a tradition here or just making cooking for fun...that seems like a LOT of work, you're a nice mom!
Next time your post should say something like: "We made cookies again and for the record they are all gone, BECAUSE WE SENT THEM TO TOM" now doesn't that sound better?
jen - you're decorating skills are fantastic. next time could you let the kids help? :) (j/k) how come NONE of these came home with steve yesterday? Oh...and thanks for the paper shredder. i needed ONE more bulky item in my quaint little house. seriously though? the girls love the new bed. it's nice to have floor space again. thank you.
YOUR...i meant YOUR! (hate when i do that) ugh.
Jarrod said he loved your green frogs, a great tradition to eat one on Christmas eve. I like the fact that you can go to such work (I know it is) for your kids.
Jen, you'll just have to make them when no one is around and hide them so you can have some for Christmas. My cousin Helen used to make literally thousands of Christmas cookies every year. She can't stand for any length of time now because of her knee, so she doesn't make them anymore. I know she made over 7,000 starting right after Thanksgiving. Loved going to her house for cookies and coffee/tea!
Hey I have a cookie swap on Wed...those would be swiped up first round! Still in the cooking mood?I was at a friends home one year..great mom! I watched her kids have a ball frosting our dessert...(fingers and all) So fun to watch..then I watched her place it on the table for everyone to eat, not thinking about the personal touches of her children. Came up with a good excuse to say no, but I still laugh as now my kids do that! (But I don't serve it, at least I think I don't)
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