She loves to be in her birthday suit. Getting ready for bed is a very happy time.
The swing is a lot of fun for Campbell to use her
hands. She really gets good practice with her
eye hand coordination. She loves to slobber on
on this toy.
This is a new addition to our routine. She got too big for her other chair so we put up her big girl high chair. So far so good she seems to like it while I am working in the kitchen.
Wow is this a fun toy! We have decided that you need a PHD to assemble this one. It took Matt most of one morning to get this up and running. She has a ton of fun making noise and talking in this toy.
Pre Kids I used to think I was so busy. I cooked, baked and gardened away. I had time to try recipes to figure out which were better than others. Now that I have two children and I am chasing them around, who has time to try every recipe in the book to figure out which one tastes better? Not me, that’s for sure.
We all have our go to recipes that we know are tried and true. This Snicker Doodle recipe is one you all need to add to your recipe collections. Kids of all ages will love you for keeping these in your house or sharing them at the next cookout.
This recipe can be doubled and tripled and still turn out just perfect. I typically triple the batch or I can not keep the cookie jar full.
The dough freezes really well too. I form the dough into the balls roll them in cinnamon and sugar and freeze them on a cookie sheet until frozen. Then I place them in a freezer bag lined with wax paper. This is how I keep fresh baked cookies in the house nearly all the time. You just never know when someone will pop in and need a snack or when the kids arrive home from school and bring a few friends along.
By the way the uncooked dough (yes it does contain eggs) tastes really good too. I am that mom that allows her kids to lick the beaters…its part of the fun.
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One of my best memories as a child is making ornaments out of applesauce and cinnamon. It smelled amazing and it made a big mess in the kitchen. I am pretty sure when you are a child making messes makes activities that much more fun.
This is not only a great activity for your little’s but it is fun for grown ups too. A group of my mom friends have been getting together on a non regular basis to craft, enjoy some appetizers and festive holiday drinks. Our last gathering we made ornaments and it made the house smell like Christmas. These are great to use on the top of Christmas Gifts or used to hang on the Christmas tree.
I am not sure if there is an official recipe for these but this is what I do.
3 1/2 cups Cinnamon
3 cups Applesauce
Mix together and if it is still a little sticky add more cinnamon. Roll out the dough and cut out into your favorite shapes.
Bake in the oven at 275 degree for 2 hours or until hard.