Monday, May 28, 2012

Build A home.

Before we get into bear stuffing fun, here are a couple cute pics of Jericho from the other day that I forgot to add. Such a little ham!

Do-rag time.
Trying on one of big brothers old hats.

This was just for mom and dad...I am one of those worrier mom's that will not give her kids popcorn until they are 5 or 6. Too many horror choking stories...I won't add any here but you can easily find a bunch on line. Chocolate peanut buttery covered popcorn! It turned out pretty good...though it would have been better if I hadn't burned the popcorn. Who the hell burns microwave popcorn...this girl LOL.

I kind of just winged the ingredients. I used a 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup regular sugar, 1 tsp vanilla, 1 cup peanut butter and 3/4 cup chocolate syrup. I put the sugars, vanilla, peanut butter and chocolate syrup in a pan to bring to a boil...I added a splash of milk to thin it all out a bit. boil for 1 min. I put the popped popcorn in a giant bowl and poured the mixture over the popcorn. Toss until cool and well mixed.
On to the bear fun! The triplets got these little at home kits for Christmas. They had so much fun. Now I can't wait to take them for a visit to the actual Build A Bear workshop :)
Jason helped Xander and Haddie. Even though Xander's bear had the option of a blue shirt or a blue dress, Xander chose to be blessed with a daughter bear :) And newsflash, we don't care...playing with girl toys, or girl clothes or painting his nails are all no biggie in our book!

Stuff, stuff, stuff!

Awww hugs for baby bear.
The kids named their bears and I helped them fill out the adoption certificate. Miss Lily named her princess bear 'Vaya'...I have no idea where it came from.
Xan was very thoughtful, he named his 'Bear' LOL.

Hayden and 'Cookie' :)

The girls wouldn't leave their bears sides...Lily tucked 'Vaya' in for a nap Hahaha.

I think Xander would love a real "kids" camera for his birthday...I hope we can find one! He came up to me and said "Hold still mom and say cheese" LOL.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Your kids r the most cutest things ever