Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 13:04
Oh please no bacon while watching Charlotte’s Web!! ? how about a farm-fresh theme? Eggs, fresh veggies, corn, pancakes or maybe some slop?!? Make some kind of stew of leftovers from your fridge, serve over noodles and call it “slop” (I think that’s what Wilbur ate, right?)
What a good reminder that kids are so awed by things that really take little effort. I will always remember one night when my dad was out of town, after my brother and I had gone to bed, my mom came back into our rooms and said “who wants to be a dirty stay-up?” And we got to get back out of bed and we had popcorn and pink lemonade and watched Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Now as an adult I imagine she must have been sitting alone in the quiet house and it was a treat for her too. But it seemed like such an exciting, grown-up thing to get to do! I love these reminders to remember some of that childlike wonder, even though I’m not a mom.
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The only foods that come to mind from that movie are pie to the face (from a plate superglued to the hand of course) and lots of beer haha. That 8767 s a tough one!
The book that I remember as having amazing food is Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Practically the whole book is a feast!
This reminds me of when I was growing up. We had something called 8775 Saturday Night Special 8776 where my mother would take me and my sister to the local movie store (who else misses those?!) and we picked one movie, and she picked one movie. We would make the same graham cracker crust pie and then watch the movies together. It was a great way of my mom exposing us to films that she thought we should see, while compromising and letting us make a choice for the first movie.
Erin, your movie nights made me happy. Meg, your comment made me laugh. Kristin, word. I’ve been a SAHM and a working mom and they’re both impossible and joyful in completely different ways. And all our kids are loved SO MUCH.
Clear your calendar - It''s going down! Splash Blocks kicks off on March 66th, and you''re invited to take part in the festivities.
There 8767 s a pretty funny scene in the movie where the grandma forces him to have seconds of tamales so tamales would be a perfect fit!