Monday, April 14, 2008

Spring Break Has Sprung

My kids are on Spring Break this week. I really do love when they're home (ask me on Sunday if I still feel the same). I thought I would share with you what Mallory invented yesterday and ate for breakfast this morning. She gets a bun and puts a ton of mustard on it and then she has me slice carrots up and puts them on. One carrot sandwich on a hot dog bun, heavy with mustard. MMMMMmmmmmm! She had 2 of these for breakfast.
Ezie made this recipe up a couple months ago and he has other people eating them now. He puts peanut butter on a bun and then adds sprinkles to it.

I'm originally from Wichita, Kansas and have been in New York for about 12 years now. When my first granddaughter was about 2 her mom told me to make her a Peanut Butter and Fluff sandwich. Fluff?? My mom only bought Fluff at Christmas time, I think. I guess here in the East, Fluff is a big thing on sandwiches. ???? We grew up on the regular P.B. & J.'s. I guess I was boring---or normal!!

So, we just had friend #1 stop by for the day. He's a great kid though and he keeps my kids occupied. So, I'm off to start my mommy duties for the day and I guess the kids are going out to catch gardener snakes. YUck! YUck! YUck! I HATE snakes and we are infested with those little nasties in the spring.

DON'T FORGET TOMORROW IS TERRIFIC TUESDAY'S GIVEAWAY! I think I am putting some precut fabric squares in.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This really looks disgusting! :)

My DIL made this up using the pictures of my 5 oldest boys. So funny!

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