Chocolate Pudding Recipe
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Instead of the due-date St. Patrick’s Day birth, the doctor is planning delivery for Monday, February 29th. Yes, that’s leap year. So if it actually happens, this little one will be a Leapling, just like Chloe who is celebrating her birthday on the actual date this year.
What better than a delicious pancake breakfast with your favorite three year old during a late winter snowstorm!
Because I can’t resist moments like these…
Or when she snoozed with the pup.
And keeps me company as I drive to the dog groomer.
So when Chloe asked for pancakes, I whipped up my all-time favorite recipe.
To ready us for shoveling 8 more inches of this stuff.
I took my camera to their party but didn’t even remove it from its bag. I found a cozy spot with a view of the 18 children and 14 adults gathered in this small but welcoming little cape cod home. I had to ask Jamie to send me a few pics of these these sweethearts each surrounded by people that love and pray for them as they grow.
So here is how I went about making the basket of bean bags
While at the craft store, I considered using beads as filler, making the bags washable. Because I wanted more weight to the bags and because the cost of the beads was more than I want to spend on this project, I opted to use dried beans. It took a little more than one bag each of dried beans and dried peas to fill the ten bags. I like the weight and the feel of the beans.
After filling each bag, I stitched it closed using the sewing machine. With the left-over scraps of fabric, I fashioned a bow and tie and secured it to the basket handle.