1 cup whole wheat flour, 1 tsp baking soda , 1/4 cup peanut butter , 1/4 cup vegetable oil,
Preheat oven to 350°F. Mix together flour and baking soda. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Pour into cupcake liners, bake for 20 minutes. Frost cakes with low fat cottage cheese and decorate with carrot pieces, dog bones, etc. Store in refrigerator.
Slurping snow for lunch with a wooden spoon and a black eye. That's how we roll. :)
Matching knit caps made by Jeff's grandma.
Lots of sledding.
Jeff got to the "no more sledding" point.
Me, I could go all day. :)
As for Jeff's mom, she won't be making the Olympic sledding team anytime soon.
She did make it down a run eventually, just not this one. :)
And Brandon is just a crazy mountain man.
Second snow day,
another super success. :)
In fact, now that I look at these pictures,
it really doesn't look like much anymore.
Oh, little adventurous boy,
I want many more of you. :)
On a side note,
another day, another birthday.
Between our two huge families, the celebrations are never ending!
Happy Birthday to Jeff's Mom today!
So...um...this is Jeff. I understand that this is not my site, but Ewan wanted to do something for his mom for Valentines Day. So we came up with a video to show how much his mom means to him. And since this website is all about Ewan, I thought he should probably share it with all of you. Hope you enjoy it.
Happy Valentines Day Sweetie!
I know, he's really good.
-is learning how to ride a bike.
-loves to run. Far. Fast.
-thinks it's funny to take off his shirt by himself in public.
-can say "mama" and "dada". That's it. Baby sign has come in handy.
-is a confident dog walker.
-is eye teeth teething. 'Nough said. :)
-loves to grab your hand and lead you to what he wants.
-loves to laugh. Even if he has to fake laugh.
The best... his open mouth kisses.
I've tried to teach him to pucker.
But why mess with a good thing. :)
What better way to end a successful bear encounter than to jump on rope bridges.