we*heart*cookies!

February 8, 2010 at 6:14 am (holiday, nummies for th' tummies, picture post, valentine's)

“Think what a better world it would be if we all, the whole world, had cookies and milk about three o’clock every afternoon and then lay down on our blankets for a nap.”

– Robert Fulghum

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10 Comments

  1. Sarah Benedict said,

    Those are beautiful! T did a awesome job!

  2. Kendall said,

    Awww such perfectly “glittered” pieces of confectionary goodness!! I bet she just goes into hyper-sugar mode when she eats one. 😉 yummy, yummy!! Love the sprinkled fingers shot…perfect!

    • Me said,

      She totally does! You know I keep sugar to a minimum, but lately. . . well, she just has SO much fun with MAKING the stuff, I can’t resist. The problem is that once its made, it must be eaten. . .still working on that part!

  3. ChristinesLillSprouts said,

    Looks like T had great, messy fun! Gotta love those messy toddler faces, so cute! The cookies look good too!

  4. Kelli said,

    Delightfully delicious!! I know she enjoyed baking!

  5. Kathleen Scott said,

    Sweet. I especially like the arrangement of the photos leading us through the exercise. And the heart-cookie spread at the bottom.

    I babysit my almost-two year old grandniece every week and am wondering if she’s old enough to try this. How old did when you-all started making/decorating cookies?

    • Me said,

      Thanks for your comment, I’m glad you enjoyed all my silly pictures – I always do!

      I say go for it! It can’t hurt to try. I’ve been doing arts n’ crafts with T since she was old enough to hold a crayon, but they’ve gotten MUCH more sophisticated since she turned 2. . . that said – what can possibly go wrong? The child WILL get messy, regardless of age, and the child will eat JUST as much (if not more) icing/sprinkles as goes onto the cookies. . .it isn’t a sanitary process. Don’t go in expecting anything presentable to come out, but only to have a wonderful time, and I think you’ll both do great!

  6. Ki said,

    Scrumptious! I love the Dr. Seuss apron – that is so boss! Her grin is the sweetest, though.

    • Me said,

      Sweetest? Yeah. . .because of all the SUGAR glazed over it 😉

  7. FooFoo said,

    Oooh, those look good, now you’re making me want one really bad.

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