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Showing posts from December, 2011

Bubble Santa

Have you recovered from the weekend? We had so much fun. But before I recap all of the hoopla, here's a couple of pics from another Christmas Advent activity. When bubble baths are involved, Harvey is always on board. Although, when the camera is also involved, that means a smile and looking into the camera aren't guaranteed.  But those dinosaurs are always welcome. Pin It

Dinosaur Snowscape

Harvey and I have been whittling away at our Christmas Activity Advent. Yesterday we made a snowscape with shaving cream. Harvey's dinosaurs wanted in on the action. This was seriously so much fun. I bought a little container of shaving cream from the travel bins at the store, and there was plenty of cream to go around. We'll have to make it a tradition - it was a big hit!

Butterscotch Pull-Aparts

This "breakfast" is perfect for Christmas morning because you throw it in the oven the night before and let it rise all night... super easy, and super yummy! Ingredients: 15 frozen roll dough balls (regular sized) 1/2 cup butter (1 stick) 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 small cook and serve (not instant!) butterscotch pudding 1/2 cup nuts (optional) 1. Grease a bundt pan. Place frozen dough balls evenly around inside the pan. (I know it doesn't look like it, but don't worry... it's enough.) 2. Melt butter, cinnamon, sugar, pudding mix, and nuts. It will be thick. Pour/spoon over frozen rolls. Place in a cold oven and forget about it overnight. (8-10 hours before breakfast.) 3. It is ready to bake when the rolls have risen to the top or just over the edge of the bundt pan. When you wake up, turn the oven to 350 degrees and cook for 25 minutes, or until the rolls look golden brown on top. Put a plate over the bundt pan, then carefully a