How could I have done what I did to Brooke yesterday?
I still feel guilty.
We ate delicious ginormous ice cream cones right in front of her (she had cheerios. Babies aren’t supposed to have ice cream until they are 1 years old). I don’t know what those kiddos were thinking getting cherry (aka medicine flavored) dipped cones… chocolate dipped is the way to go.
But I think Brooke forgave me when I took her to the park.
Yep, she definitely forgave me.
I leave today for Arizona and my heart is actually throbbing/aching/breaking/crumbling just thinking about leaving these little ones.
Last dinner with the parentals. As I was eating the delicious guacamole on my salad I had a flash back to a very hard time in my life. The time during my pregnancy when I couldn’t stand guacamole. I am glad I made it through and that my taste buds returned back to normal.
After dinner I went back to my mom’s house and gave Brooke her first piano lesson. I took piano lessons for a long time but quit in the 10th grade. I can’t really read music anymore but I still have about a dozen songs memorized. Would it be weird for me to start taking lessons again…. I am serious. I really want to.
After piano lessons my mom and I went through her book of her favorite recipes and we came across this recipe. I pinky promise (those are sacred to me) that I am not exaggerating…. this is my FAVORITE dessert recipe that my mom makes.
You are welcome for sharing such an amazing recipe with you and expect to see me making it on the blog within 48 hours of me getting home.
Did you take piano lessons growing up? Did you play a different musical instrument? For how long?
Moms reading: when you were pregnant, what foods did you have an aversion to?
-Chocolate (especially hot chocolate), guacamole, peanut butter (at times) and broccoli. It was really hard on me.
What was your dinner last night?!?
Who is from or lives in Arizona? What part!!!