Sunday, January 10, 2010

HAPPY NEW YEAR…………..2010

I thought I’d share some pictures from New Years Eve. Not sure how you spent yours, but I spent mine with Sandy, Peyton, Paige, and Reese. Cubbie and I went up and stayed the night. I attempted to make snow pops for dessert. (click on mckmama’s link on the right for recipe and pics of how they should look). Turns out that if you add food coloring to white almond bark, it turns to stone immediately! Who knew? Certainly not me. She had hers all pretty and in different colors. Mine, once I was able to scrape the gunk from the mug, were white. Hers were able to stand up in a pretty vase, mine weren’t sized quite right and had to just stay on the wax paper.( don’t ask, it’s a funny story but there is just no way to make it sound good)  I’m sure MckMama’s snowpops were good, and I thought mine tasted great, even if they didn’t look quite the same.  Here are a few pics of the valiant attempt.dishesoncounter




Now for some pictures from our little party. The girls were very excited to watch the ball drop, even though they were disappointed that it didn’t drop into the crowd. :) They were slightly disgusted to watch Dick Clark and his wife kiss at midnight- truthfully it wasn’t a pretty sight!  Most of the evening was spent wearing hats from High School Musical the Ice Tour, and dancing. Then, they turned to jumping. Both girls thought it would be a good idea for me to make a book called “twins jumping”. Maybe I will…..  Reese didn’t dance. She did her own little version of “singing”, girls got chops.  She preferred eating, sleeping, and pooping the night away. She was definitely not happy to be swaddled up and not fed instantly.  Here are the pics………….

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1 comment:

Fran R. said...

Well, I loved all the pics, the girls will be hanging on the basketball rim any day now. What was Sandy doing with Reese? Were they dancing? Glad you girl had fun. Dad and I did too. We played Apples to Apples 10 people and I laughed till my jaws ached.