Bear with me as I flaunt my grandchildren.
C8 thought it was funny that the teeth clip from the dentist office was biting her lip. Kind of reminds me of an African tribe seen in National Geographic.
K8-E and Troy posing before church. K8-E helped Troy with his tie. I assume the shoes were on the right appendages before they left.
This is what happens when Grandma's tending 10-month-old Aly. The giggles were coming from somewhere but Aly couldn't be seen! I hate to admit it but after scouring the house, I had to ask her 8-year-old sister where she was. Voila!
Remember the Corbanator, who cuts his own hair? He's leaving the clippers alone now but the spray bottle is his friend. A good spike is a must before leaving for kindergarten. What a stud!
Now, to the cupcakes in a jar! I found this idea on Kelly's blog. You should go there to see what they REALLY look like and the tutorial on how to make them. They would be much prettier using Red Velvet cake, chocolate cake, lemon cake, strawberry, anything with color. I used carrot cake (since that was the only flavor on hand) and cream cheese frosting. I hesitate to use carrot cake to give to others since I discovered the hard way that not everyone loves carrot cake like I do. When my oldest son turned 9, we invited uncles, aunts, cousins, and grandparents over for cake and ice cream. I made a carrot cake and the birthday boy spent the whole evening in his bedroom, refusing to mingle, because he hated the cake! I think he has since discovered the error of his ways.
I got a little off track there. Go see Kelly and find out what's in with cupcakes!