Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Buddy Biscuits

Guess what I did today? I made biter biscuits and doggie treats all in one fell swoop. No, I'm not feeding my baby a dog biscuit. I'm feeding my dogs a baby biscuit (minus the maple syrup and vanilla). I got the recipe here and tried it once and liked it enough I decided to go all out this time and make cut-outs. I cooked them longer this time so they'd be less chewy and more of a challenge for teething babies (and dogs that need their teeth cleaned.) The airplanes are sweet for Z and the bones are plain for the dogs, both are very wholesome and good for you!

After watching from his high chair, Z decided he knew how to cut out cookies,
and climbed up on the kitchen chair and proceeded to show me how!
Watched the most devastating movie I've seen since The Passion, and for totally different reasons. It's called, "Downfall" and is about Hitler's last days in the bunker before the end of the war. It totally sucks you in and makes you feel like you're right there, surrounded by evil. That's the part I didn't like so much, but historically it was a great movie, and I'm glad I watched it, even if it haunts me a bit.

On a completely different note, my first Mommy's Group is today at the church. I'm very excited about it! Thanks to all those who gave me feedback last time I mentioned it. I think we'll meet for a few weeks before deciding whether to stay informal, become a MOPS group or something else! Still open to suggestions and ideas!

Also, I'm trying to memorize I Corinthians 13 (the whole chapter) and am starting with little chunks of it. I heard on Good Morning America a while back that memorization is the best key to warding off early onset dementia and Alzheimer's, especially memorizing dance moves as it involves the whole body. Perhaps I can do an interpretive dance to the passage and that will do the job. Oh the things my mail lady sees through the window...

3 comments:

kristina said...
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Chris said...

I can only imagine what your mail-lady sees. Wish I were her, though, so I could see you lots more.

Dana said...

i remember dancing at home as a kid and then i glanced out the window and realized a neighbor was watching me. i turned beet red and of course always amde sure the blinds were closed after that! :/