Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Sugar Cookies

Last week Dane and I bought two rolls of sugar cookie dough. This week they were all gone. Well... technically they were all gone like two days after we bought them :). So yesterday while grocery shopping we picked up some more sugar cookie dough and made Christmas cookies with Drake and Kera. After they got up from their nap, they ate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Then Dane fixed them a plate with two frosted cookies and put some sprinkles in the middle. Daddy and I showed them how to sprinkle the cookies with the sprinkles. Drake immediately picked up the cookie and started eating it. While Kera started to sprinkle her cookie with the sprinkles. :) They were very cute and very messy after all said and done.

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2 comments:

Anonymous December 23, 2009 at 5:08 PM  

Okay, this is not fair to show this level of" darlingness" and they live so far away from us.
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays to all of you from Debbie & Marv

Amanda December 23, 2009 at 8:38 PM  

Hey are adoarable!! I love the feet one!! Precious! & the one of Kera kissing Drake on the forehead....

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My name is Melissa Schilling. I am married to my wonderful husband Dane who I have been with for 10 years. We have toddler twin babies Drake and Kera. I started this blog in hopes to one day be a photographer. As for right now my husband and I are using photography as a hobby we can do together. We are starting the 365 day project August 1, 2009. I can't wait to start to learn more and more about my camera. I look forward to any feedback. I will be mostly focusing on people subjects, because that is what I am interested in. However there may be a few other types of photography in the mix.

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