Monthly Archives: October 2011

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween everyone! This year the munchkins made it easy on me and I only had to create one costume!  Woody went for a Dinosaur costume.  The hardest part . . . finding a plain red zip front hoodie.  Who … Continue reading

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Making Lemonade out of Lemons

This week was rotten!  We were supposed to be heading off to visit Grandma and Grandpa but unfortunately one of the munchkins woke up sick in the middle of the night just hours before GO time! There was much weeping … Continue reading

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Cookies again

Since I had a little interest in how I did the sugar cookies I thought I would do one more post with a little more info.  Please still refer to this post here for the websites I stole all these … Continue reading

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Halloween is almost here . . .

and I can’t hardly wait! If you haven’t checked out the Wee Sing for Halloween CD you are missing out!  You can listen to a preview here  (Woody can hardly contain his excitement he sings these songs ALL year long!) … Continue reading

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Woody has a Birthday!

Recently we celebrated Woody’s Birthday!  He started his day off with another one of our Traditions he got to use the My Special Day chair cover: and eat using the You are Special Plate. As a kid growing up my … Continue reading

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C is for Cookie

Our cookie party is almost here and baking has begun! This is what I finished up last night and today: If you want to see how to do it check out the blog The sweet adventures of Sugarbelle particularly this … Continue reading

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It’s Birthday Month!

A couple of years ago my SIL told me a great idea for celebrating kids Birthday’s.  Have a special Birthday Pillowcase that each child gets to use the week (or so as it usually is in our case) before their … Continue reading

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