These adorable children are my niece and nephew in California. Seriously gorgeous! We have some seriously gorgeous and smart genes if I say so myself.I CAN'T FIND THE CAMERA CORD! AAARGH!
Tonight, I am sort of in blog heaven. I am in the 'bread maker kneading' process of these cinnamon rolls (which you must #1 make and #2 attempt to resist 'eating with wild abandon', which is futile) for my nephews baptism celebration in the morning. Oh and I love my awesome mother-in-law's play by play, don't you? Back to blog heaven. After a fun day volunteering for 'Mexican Cultural Celebration Day'/Day of the Dead Celebration at H's class (thank you Madre y Padre for the morning babysitting session - I truly would have been even more nuts without you), then lunch at Hire's, play at the park with the boys, "rest" at home, back to a different park with AK, mi Madre y Padre and more nephews, and the long board (very fun, I was even rocking it in my patent leather flats, helmet included of course), then back for Eggo's for dinner (for the kiddos with some PB for protein of course ;), I had the yummy remains of this soup), then seriously back to the park (we walk, it's down the street) for soccer practice, then home to baths. So I was looking forward to making the cinnamon rolls with AK (or really watching him make them), but it is now 8:11 and everyone but me is sound asleep. I was sad that Andy would be unavailable for Rummikub tonight, but then rubbed my hands together and realized I could blog and blog-stalk and blog and blog-stalk to my heart's content - no guilt, no eyes rolling, and I will even get all the credit for the cinnamon rolls! I think that was almost all one sentence! Take that English major people.