I have a new cousin.Â Her name is Naomi. She was born, May 5, 2014. She weighed 6Â pounds and 14 ounces and was 19 inches long. She is cute and small.
We had a tea party with our aunts while we were in Colorado. The boys went exploring and learning about Oma’s old home.
We had cookies, apples and almonds to eat. Everybody talked and had a great time!
I am looking forward to our next Colorado Tea party! I hope it is sooner than two years from now! I really like my aunts and I like Colorado.
Today I cooked snack. Megan wanted to help, so I let her.Â Then she disappeared. I thought she was playing with Adrian or Audrey. Then I opened the cupboard to get something. Megan was hiding in there, in the dark, opening the marshmallow bag up so she could have some marshmallows! Then she got them opened and she started eating them. Momma said to share and Megan closed the door!
I am thankful for a sister that is funny!Â Well, I have two silly sisters, but one is a princess and the other is a monkey.
Thank you God for my sisters!
Translation if you need it:
It is my b-day.Â We had pancakes. And a cup of orange juice for lunch. The pancakes had a cream cheese and sugar swirls.Â It was good.Â I am having a fun day.Â We just had cake and ice cream.
Here is the pancake recipe if you want to try them too.
Make your favorite pancake batter. We made pumpkin pancakes with gingerbread cookie spice in it.
Make a cinnamon topping with 1 stick melted butter, 3/4 cup brown sugar and 1 TBL of ground cinnamon.Â Mix together well and put in a ziplock bag.
Make the icing by adding 4 Tbl softened butter to 2 ounces of cream cheese.Â Add 3/4 cup powdered sugar and 1/2 tsp vanilla extract.Â Mix well until no lumps remain.
Start baking the pancakes like normal.Â But, after clipping a small hole in the bag, squeeze some cinnamon mixture in a spiral over the pancake before flipping.Â Cook as normal.Â When ready to eat, add cream cheese icing.
Daddy said these would be great for a Thanksgiving or Christmas breakfast!