Crying Baby and the Santa Train

Not quite Christmas Card material, but funny nonetheless.
This weekend, we took the Dashing Daughter to see Santa for the first time.  Last year, she had just born a few weeks before Christmas and we figured it wasn’t the best idea to take a newborn baby to sit on a strange guy’s lap that has been infested with the germs of all the […]
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Bird Nest Clusters

Bird Nest clusters
This afternoon, I did a cooking demonstration for Dashing Son’s first grade class.  I made Bird Nest Clusters, a yummy no bake snack.  I first made these when I was 10 years old. It came from some kids cookbook, and it is a recipe that I have memorized.  It calls for chunky peanut butter, but in […]
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The Dashing Kids have Super Powers

He's practicing his powers.
As a stay at home dad, my ability to keep my kids in line is tested everyday.  But it seems like these kids have super powers and they are practicing for a life of crime. Even though I already raised one human from a tiny, squalling, slimy, messy baby to a slightly larger, whiney, messy […]
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