Those thieving bitches over at Bitacle have now stolen my stuff too (if you are reading this on Bitacle, please stop supporting them now.)
I felt bad for the bloggers that this was happening to, but I figured I wasn’t cool enough to be on their radar. Apparently I was mistaken. I am much cooler than I suspected.
While we are on the subject of stealing, I totally stole this picture from the Sierra Nevada website. I figured they wouldn’t mind too much because I just ripped it off so that I could tell you that I just bought a six pack of it and it is damn tasty.
This is a non-paid, non-solicited advertisement. I just love beer.
While we are on the subject of solicited advertisements, my new buddy Charlie (yes, THE Charlie, the one who was giving bloggers free portable DVD players a while back) sent us a package of Reynolds Fun Shapes.
The kit I got also came with a disposable camera so that we could participate in a photo contest that they are running.
The kit was adorable. They sent stars, hearts and little ghost shapes for Halloween.
I took the Goon Squad out to the store and we bought a brownie mix to use then we came home and started the project.
Here is what I learned:
1) Two year olds are a little young for baking.
2) My kids LOVE to take pictures with disposable cameras.
3) I love brownies.
Okay, technically I already knew I loved brownies. I didn’t get any good pictures because I was usurped as photographer, but the brownies themselves were very cute and delicious. I think these would be really fun if your kids were a little bit older, but mine didn’t seem to get it.
Then again my kids aren’t always the best barometer for what is normal. Today Claudia told me she had a problem and when I asked what her problem was she said “dancing” and then she did a little dance.
I don’t get it either.