I pinned this waffle recipe weeks ago and it immediately earned a spot on the permanent breakfast rotation - not too shabby, considering I refuse to actually cook anything for breakfast... But it's SO easy - you make the batter the night before and just pop it in the waffle maker in the morning! One recipe makes about 12 Belgian waffles, and we go through 8 as a family, which leaves 4 for leftovers the next day for me and the big kids.
|Topped with a fried egg and bacon for Mardi Gras - YUM!|
They're seriously SO good. I've never been much of a waffle person but these honestly don't even need any toppings! Waffle Wednesdays are now a thing at our house.
Are you ahead of the game and already thinking about Easter basket treats? My friend Lindsey started an etsy shop this past fall with her awesome Blessings Blocks - the kids each have one of their own name saints and they adore them - Mary Claire's always lining them up so they can "go to Communion."
Her artwork is so beautiful - go check out Almond Rod Toys and order soon so you can get yours in time for Easter! She has a beautiful Stations of the Cross set that I've got my eye on for the kids, and I know they're dying for more saints to add to our collection!
One awesome thing about these is that they're so reasonably priced - I really wanted to start getting peg dolls for the kids years ago, but the beautiful ones are so expensive and I just can't justify the cost when there are always mouthy kids in our house who might scrape the paint off with their teeth... So far these are indestructible - Mary Claire even colored all over one with pen and it wiped right off!
Winking brothers. Love them!
Nearly everyone in the house is overdue for a hair cut... Me most of all, considering the last time I got mine cut was before the twins were born.
But I knew Cecilia's could be taken care of really quickly - I caught her in a good mood and chopped off 4 or 5 inches so that it's not scraggly and tangled all the time anymore. And it's ADORABLE!
Andrew hates it, but I reminded him that hair grows. Cecilia alternates between not caring and ALSO hating it because she wants long hair like Rapunzel.
Next up... The twins!!! I just don't want to cut off those adorable baby curls. But it's gotta happen, they've got such mullets.
Apparently being the youngest of 5 makes you want to be around all the people all the time!
I'm really thankful that I can sometimes enlist their help in watching the baby while I get stuff done! And he ADORES them!
And that tongue in the first picture? Kills me. He's always sticking it out just a tiny bit and it's SO cute. And kind of gross, because John Paul and Cecilia like to make him lick their faces...
One last happy baby picture for you! I had others I wanted to post but my camera decided to delete all the pictures I took of the twins' first time in the snow (WHAT???) so I've got a recovery program running to try to restore them. So obnoxious. But at least Peter's cute!
Did you read this week's posts?
Sunday's post was a photo dump with a WIWS appearance at the end
Michele from My Domestic Monastery guest-posted with an awesome Lenten sensory bin!
There's still time to enter the Veggie Tales Giveaway!
BAM! Baby was up to nurse so I'm linking up right on time with Kelly at This Ain't the Lyceum - go check out more Quick Takes!