A Record of What I Make
Oh Ho Ho! That's a great picture ; )
Yes, "real" happens! Too funny.Thanks for joining!XOXO
Awww...his poor little cold legs. At least he had his boots to keep him warm!
A keeper. You can use this one on him when he gets older!
That's about a real as it gets!! I love it.Blessings, Debbie
Now THAT's real alright...I've taken a fully decked out "princess" shopping before. Pretty funny!
Great Picture (he won't like finding out about this in a few years!) I have twins and when they were little my minivan had 3 bins-one for each boy- with ziploc bags full of complete changes of clothes. Oh, and a potty chair for no bathroom at the park emergencies! I do not miss those days! Well, maybe a little...
He wasn't at all embarrassed? My little one almost had the same thing happen to him and the possibility of going pantless had him in tears!
what a good boy! My boy would refuse to go anywhere without pants
What a great picture! I was wondering this morning where I first heard about Like Mother, Like Daughter- then I realized it was from you!
JJ, no he wasn't embarrassed and didn't seem particularly chilly either - that's why I felt free to take a picture when we got home. He just rode home in the car like that and then posed on the front step. Wearing the beloved truck boots helped, I'm sure.
When I was little I felt that clothing was optional in most situations. Even my nursery school interview. I love this picture!
Thank you for visiting my blog and giving me the URL to your bread made with homemade starter. My starter is working really well; I am so pleased as I used no yeast at all to get it going. I also took some out to Vancouver Island to my dad who has made wonderful bread and pancakes out of it. I make the bread from the Tartine cookbook - it's a bit fussy but the bread is so amazing. I work a corporate job and have very little time to make wonderful home-baked things, but I always make time for bread :) Cheers.
My favorite picture of Ben ever!
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