Friday, February 20, 2009

Random Friday #3

I'm not really sure if this is the 3rd Random Friday or, I'm declaring it to be so. Here we go -

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This is a picture the homemade teething biscuits I made for Peanut, all set for the freezer. They were easy to make and taste exactly like sugar cookies. Really! I have no problem admitting I ate one...or two...

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Have you ever been in such a rush to get out of the house that you forgot to brush your teeth? Ok, maybe a few of you can agree.

And since you ran out of gum the day before, you grab a peppermint candy cane to munch on as you run out the door?
I didn't think so.

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Peanut was playing with her fridge letters last night and pulled a few off. These were the only letters she removed:

Now, is she from Boston and trying to tell me she wants to party or does she need a bathroom break?
Maybe it's a different word entirely. I've never been good at anagrams.


Call Me Cate said...

I totally thought Boston party (maybe involving tea - is it possible Peanut is trying to stage a rebellion?). But it could also be a potty (which might also involve tea, if Peanut is a tea drinker).

Isabella said...

Holy crap! Never thought of a rebellion...maybe she doesn't like my cooking. She'll need to take that up with Gerber...I accept no responsibility for that one.

...or maybe she wants to have a dance party? I'm game for that!

C. Beth said...

Ooh, I want the teething biscuit recipe!

Mariah (GO's April-08 said...

ohh reading that makes me wanna potty,lol :-)

Daddy Files said...

Sweet! She's wicked awesome and she wants to pahty! Bring her down to Boston, we'll teach her how to drop her Rs and have a wicked pissa time.

Isabella said...

@ C. Beth -
the teething cookie recipe:
It's the third one down "Our Favorite Baby Cereal Cookie." Not the healthiest choice on that page, but certainly one of the tastiest!

@ Mariah - LOL. :)

@ Daddy Files - So, what you're saying is that I won't be able to understand my daughter? ;)
I went to Boston several years back for St. Patty's Day. We rode the "T" and couldn't understand the stop announcements by the conductor (like "Hahvahd Yahd"). Um...what did he say?