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Old 02-14-2005, 05:28 PM   #181
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Wasabi, I did! I was so surprised. Savannah kept picking the rasins out of my granola while I was eating & TC was trying to get her to stop. It was so cute! He wanted everything to be perfect. I couldn't ask for better kids!
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Old 02-14-2005, 05:31 PM   #182
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I toasted some breakfast bread (whole grain wheat with cranberries and walnuts) and had with cream cheese on top, coffee, and half a ripe juicy pair. Lunch was similar, crustini with sundried tomatoe spread and brie cheese, coffee and the other half of the pair. ALso some of the Lone Ranger Cookies I made yesterday.
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Old 02-15-2005, 01:45 AM   #183
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My kids fixed me breakfast in bed this morning after hubby left for work. It was peanut butter toas, a bowl of granola, & chocolate milk. :D
that's so sweet! what little sweet-peas.
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Old 02-15-2005, 11:50 AM   #184
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Wasabi, I did! I was so surprised. Savannah kept picking the rasins out of my granola while I was eating & TC was trying to get her to stop. It was so cute! He wanted everything to be perfect. I couldn't ask for better kids!
Crewsk, that's the sweetest thing I've heard in a long time! You must have been tickled pink! You and Matt are raising 2 good kids!
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Old 02-15-2005, 12:37 PM   #185
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Thanks luvs & PA! :D
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Old 02-17-2005, 08:35 AM   #186
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TC assembled a breakfast casserole last night & all I had to do this morning was slide it in the oven & cut up some fruit. So, along with the breakfast cass, we had a mix of oranges, strawberries, blueberries, grapes, & apples.
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Old 02-17-2005, 08:45 AM   #187
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Crewsk, think TC would like to come visit PA for a week--I could use some help cooking for a change!

It's great that he enjoys being in the kitchen so much. I bet it makes him--and you--feel really proud!
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I'm sure he'd love to come visit! Yes, it makes us both feel very proud!! I also love having him help. He's about the only person I get along with well in the kitchen. Savannah is more of a watcher right now unless I'm making bread, then she has to have some dough to knead too. When hubby got home from picking them up at my parents last night I heard TC in the kitchen pulling stuff out. Then he came & asked me if he could get our breakfast started. After he showed me the recipe & I told him yes he said that he'd come get me if he needed any help. And since the sharpest thing he had to work with was a pair of scissors(I keep a pair of blunt nosed scissors in the kitchen for him to cut some foods with)I didn't worry about him too much. The only thing he needed me for was to to tear a piece of plastic wrap off the roll & I even had trouble doing that! He also put all his dirty dishes in the dishwasher when he finished. He's gonna make some lucky lady very happy one day!
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Wow, what a great kid!

He couldn't have picked a better time to help out, either--are you feeling any better?
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I think so too! :D He seems to always know when I need the most help! :D

Yes & no, my head isin't hurting anymore but I still have a bad cough, a good bit of chest congestion, & I'm sneezing like crazy, which makes my throat hurt. It's weird, I feel bad all day but at night I feel almost like normal. :?
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