Monday, May 28, 2012

The Whole Famn Damily

I haven't posted any Baby pics lately and because I have a lot of pictures of the month's family gatherings, I figured I'd put them all in one place.  Feel free to come back tomorrow if looking at strangers isn't your idea of a good time.

These are from my nieces birthday.
We've got The Girl, The Kid and my nephew.

Here's me doing what I do best.

My sis holding the jewelry hanger I made for my niece.

Baby and The Mom.

These are from our Mother's Day extravaganza.

Yes, this is a terrible picture of me for numerous reasons, but everyone else looks cute.

These are from our last trip to the Rock Farm.
We celebrated my step-dad's birthday with a cowboys and Indians theme this year.
My mom put all the costumes together.

The boys always take the kids down to the lake on Saturday so the girls can decorate for the party.
Only children will get into FREEZING cold water and think it's the best time ever.

The Girl LOVES to fish.

And a few more from that weekend.

These are from a couple days ago.
Girls are definitely different than boys.

And the rest are all Baby.

Notice the crazy person in the background of these last ones.

That oughta take care of the people pics for a minute.
We're off to my sis' today for my brother-in-law's birthday.
I'll try to go easy with the camera.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Pizza Bites: A Kid Lunch

Well, this week's lunch isn't "silly" necessarily, but it's more fun than PB&J.

I had this recipe on my Appetizer Pinterest board, so decided to give it a whirl.  Really tasty.  And super simple.  I made them yesterday afternoon 'cause I figured I could throw them in The Kid's lunch today.  Nothin' wrong with room temp pizza in my book.

The only thing I did different was adding some garlic powder to the top and some extra mozzarella as well.  Oh, and I used fresh, store-bought pizza dough.  They'd be fun for a party or potluck.  And, of course, would be good with anything you'd put on a pizza.  I did the pepperoni and mozzarella route per the original recipe this time, just to try it out.  Whole wheat pizza dough would be yummy and healthier too.

Pizza sauce was suggested for dunkin', but I wasn't feeling that motivated, so I was munching on them plain.  I used ranch as a dunker for the kid's lunches.

Here they are ready to go in the oven:

And hot out of the oven:

And the little feller who's about to enter my mouth.

Yeah, they're tasty.

For The Kid's lunch, I did a couple pizza bites, carrots, jicama, and bell peppers with ranch for dunkin'.
Then as dip number two, I put in some leftover Cookie Dough Dip from the weekend.
That dip is insanely good.  Like, eat it with a spoon good.
Which I may or may not have been doing all week to finish off the leftovers.
You can go here for the recipe.
I stuck in some apples and graham crackers for The Kid to use, opposed to the spoon route.

Here's his school lunch:

The Girl got all the same stuff on a plate:

And I finished off the last three bites of Cookie Dough Dip.
With a spoon.
Enjoy the long weekend!
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