On Sunday, I got to spend a little one on one time with my baby girl. Brayden got to spend some time with his cousins and grandma and grandpa, so everyone was a winner. After church, Price Chopper, and Wal-Mart, we made a quick stop at Quik Trip - when I got back in the car from filling up with gas, I looked back and Emma was going to town with Old McDonald....and apparently he had a pig, and a pig, and a pig....oh and another pig.
Later in the week I shot another video at the urgency of my three year old. "Hey mama - watch me jump really far! Oh and video camera it too!" So, I present to you what might possibly cause my hair to go a little gray in the near future: (Please pay close attention to that awesome outfit: Caveman T-Shirt and a pair of GoodNites Underwear)
Now, on to the pictures that made me smile and also made me thankful for haircolor:
I've been wanting to make this mash up of some of my favorite things for quite some time. The picture above is what it looks like before you let it sit in the fridge overnight. I'm not going to lie....I cannot wait for tomorrow morning so I can pop this puppy into the oven.
Things ya need:
12 pieces of bread, cubed
8 eggs, beaten
1 cup of milk
1 cup of half and half
2 packages of cream cheese, cubed
1/2 cup of syrup
A dash of cinnamon and sugar
What ya need to do:
Put a layer of bread down in your casserole dish. (6 Slices)
Plop your cubes of cream cheese randomly around the first layer of bread (use all of the cream cheese.)
Put another layer of bread down in the casserole dish.
Mix your eggs, milk, half and half, syrup, cinnamon, and sugar together.
Pour mixture over bread.
Optional: I made a cute squiggly design with a little more syrup and sprinkled some more cinnamon on top.
Not Optional: You cover the dish with foil and refrigerate it overnight. Take it out in the morning and bake in a 350 degree oven for approximately 30 minutes. Take it out, let it cool down just a touch, and enjoy some rich, yummy, goodness for breakfast!
And now, I would like to take a minute to welcome RD Photography to my blog! I am super excited to have my very first sponsor! RD Photography is a local Harrisonville photographer that works with you to make your experience unique and fun! She takes her time with her clients, she's patient, and so easy to work with! She does great work at an incredibly affordable price! As a special deal, she is taking $5 off an hour session for everyone that mentions Tiaras and Tantrums! Thanks RD Photography! We can't wait to have you take more pictures of our family!
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Cute right?! I'm especially fond of the last one...but I'm not biased or anything! So the question I pose to you tonight: When was the last time you had family pictures taken?