Oh that closeup of his face. Priceless... what a frame-able picture. Thanks for the tips on my Boo-ing/Bless-ing. Great idea and definitely a much better time of the year,too! Happy day to you. Nancy
Sooooo great! We start off with a bang doing cookies, but then it ends up kinda-sorta awful! This year will be different! If you can do it with disaster areas, so can I (w/teens who tire after 2 cookies and a 10 year old who licks his fingers the whole time (gross). I mean we give these cookies away, for Pete's sake!
OH MY GOODNESS!!! That's the "sweetest" little face I have EVER seen! you MUST frame that picture!!! precious! and know I feel I must dash to the kitchen for a cookie! :)Blessings!Jill
FROSTING HANDS!!!Mwa! Mwa!Mwa! oh- little precious fingers- so cute!
You inspire me to get the pics out of my grandson, when we made cake. I'm getting to enjoy the fun all over again. Enjoyed visiting your blog.CurtissAnn
It looks like he had so much fun in the process!!! Can't wait until we can do that next year:-)
Yummy! Those cookies look so good, and his fingers too! You would have been proud of the the other night when I had glitter from one end of my kitchen to another. I'm growing. Well, my kids are growing me. Kim
Oh... that is just precious!! I loved/detested that stage... Now my kids do the dishes for me after we make these cookies... I'm thinking this is a very pleasant stage of life. LOL
That close up picture is priceless! So fun. We have yet to bake anything. I am hoping to do that soon. I have a Rachel Ray fudge recipe that is to die for.
yummy, but i love his little cherub's face!
They look way better than what we made the other night!Tracy
So does your other son have a shirt that says "no I'm the favorite!"? Very cute pictures...love that he got so into the baking/decorating.
Don't you just want to freeze that cutie right where he's at?? I just love those messy cheeks. Enjoy your day!
precious! i just found your blog and am adoring the posts. off to explore more!
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