Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Thank You Very Much - Let Them Eat Cake

Linking up with Kmama this week for some free therapy!



This one is for Itty Bit -

When you beg for carrot cake at the store (you are your father’s son after all), I fully expect that you will be appropriately appreciative.

And not just lick the frosting off and put it back in the fridge, Thank You Very Much!



Now… it was wildly unfair that you wasted your cake of choice and went after mine.  I mean, you know how I am about my cake, right?  It’s like mommy’s little happy place, thank you very much.



Waitaminute… I never blogged this picture.  I knew it… it’s not that you don’t like carrot cake… it’s that you LOOOOOOOOOOOVE chocolate. 


But still – leave Momma’s cake alone, thank you very much.



If it could just stay this gorgeous brilliant early autumn, I would be absolutely grateful.  No need to bring on the rain, really.  I mean, we can handle a little more of this, thank you very much.



And is anybody else totally ready for the Christmas season?

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I mean – I can’t even hardly wait, thank you very much!  So if you need a headstart on your gift list… don’t forget to head over to our $45 CSN Stores giveaway!


passionofthemom said...

LOL Christmas?? Girl...I'm still on pins and needles waiting on Halloween to hurry up and get here. xD Christmas is still a dot on the horizon for me, though I should be more proactive than I usually am and start shopping NOW! =)

What is it with kids and frosting?? My daughters do the same thing to their cake....I should just start filling up a cake pan with a boatload of frosting instead of wasting all that money on the actual cake, since they aren't going to eat any of it. LOL

Great post this week!! Have a lovely weekend...;)

Kmama said...

Ooh, eating mama's cake is one of those things you just don't do. LOL I love how he just licked the frosting off and put it back.

Buddy is famous for asking for a HUGE piece of cake or whatever and taking two bites and saying he's done. HUH?

I am so not ready for Christmas, but I am assembling my lists.

Thanks for linking up!

Michelle Pixie said...

Mmmmmm Cake! The kids always want what we have...I guess the days are long gone of us just eating our own food. I have caught on to my munchkins and wait until they are in bed before I endulge! ;-)

Shana said...

Haha! He is his Momma's boy huh? Love the pic too. We finally have some normal fall weather and I am loving it. Your picture is gorgeous by the way. I also love toe clothespins. Super cute. I am ready but not in the have anything at all done for Christmas kind of ready. I just love Christmas.
Can I enter again???

He & Me + 3 said...

not ready for Christmas at all. Yikes. Way to busy for the hustle and Bustle that season brings.
Love the picture of the cake stealer. too cute. My kids alwasy want what I have...of course I give in, but dad is another story he gives up nothing. LOL

Kitchen Belleicious said...

Oh I am serious about my cookies and cake! LOL! Love it- he is so precious too! Will go check out that giveaway right now! XOXO Jessica

Emily said...

Christmas!? Really?! It's currently 75 degrees here...that's barely cool enough for a pumpkin spice latte!

Lexie Loo & Dylan Too said...

I'm completely excited for Christmas! Unfortunately, I have to get this Halloween stuff over with before I can really anticipate Christmas!
My kids love to lick the icing off cake. Completely ruins it for me!

sara said...

I love carrot cake...and don't like to share! :)

love this season but am not ready for Christmas...too much to do! said...

But the icing is the best part!!!!!

Foursons said...

That stinker going after your cake! Was it the tuxedo cake?

Yes, I've started Christmas shopping. Unlike your other commenters, I like to get things done ahead of time. Last minute stuff stresses me out.

Amy said...

You better put an alarm on your fridge! No body messes with momma's cake!!!!

So I must confess... I love Christmas all year long. No really. So I am stoked to get to listen to my music and not look like a dork!

Holidays = Happy!

Julie said...

I love your "Thank you very much" posts. You crack me up...and you need to learn the phrase "step away from the cake!"

Taylor said...

Who eats just the frosting?!
Crazy. :)

I hope your beautiful weather stays.

Presley family said...

Ok, I am dying over here!!!!! Itty Bitty and I would be best pals {as long as we are not fighting over carrot cake! wink} If y'all EVER make it out here to Cali to go and see Mickey Mouse you better let me know my friend!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Isn't just like a kid to lick the frosting and then put it back. He is certainly learning the grass is greener on the other side at a young age. Lol.

That is a beautiful sunset.

Killlashandra said...

hahahahaha I'm not even ready for Christmas when it happens. I have to share that WW eats the cake and leave the icing. Although now that you bring up carrot cake we haven't had any a long time I don't even know if he'd like it. Ah well, cute pictures. :)

Jeremiah 31:3 said...

I am ready for Christmas!

tulpen said...

I'm thinking Christmas already too!!!

LOVING the clothespins!!!

HeatherOz said...

Eating Momma's cake is a No NO! I have to repeat this to DaddyO! Frequently.
I snuck out a Christmas CD the other day! I can't wait!

Buckeroomama said...

Licking only the frosting and putting it back in the fridge? Sounds like something my two would do!! LOL!! And then the line, "Good thing you are cute!" would cross my mind. I wonder how long this cuteness will serve them...

Lisa said...

Is that wrong?
To lick frosting and then to put it
back in the fridge? ummmmm just wanted to know. I mean it's not like I have EVER done that before, and I have never pointed the accusing finger at the children for doing it when Mr. Pedersen asks who did that to his cake.

Sorry I side with itty bitty ....Eat cake...lot's of cake!

Icing, cake, icing, cake, icing, to check the fridge.

Stacy said...

Oh no, Itty Bit...that is about a cardinal sin! No eating mama's chocolate! My kids know which chocolate they are allowed to eat (milk chocolate) and what is totally off limits (dark chocolate). NOt that they really like mama's chocolate all that much anyways. ;)

Oh, and Christmas...I am so NOT READY. Please don't stress me out. ;)